Hello appstar, thanks for your question.
In short, I think your experience in wealth management is an asset. Your age and GMAT (considering your competitive demographic) could be obstacles.
I know Wharton and Booth tend to be more tolerant of more experienced candidates, but that doesn’t mean you have no shot at other programs. There’s no formula.
I think you have a good range of programs in your target list. It’s fine to apply to schools ranked 5-10, but they represent a bigger reach than some of the others you’ve mentioned. I think it’s fine to take those shots, but definitely mitigate your risk and include programs like USC, Kelly, Tepper, and the like.
I hope this helps!
Best of luck,
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