I think of differentiating factors as things that others may not have (obviously), and it usually comes from your job responsibilities or extracurricular activities. You have a couple of items that you listed that can be used to your advantage - your extracurricular activity and your international experience. By spinning on these, you can talk about some great attributes that you can offer to the schools of your desire. Good luck!!
Stretch: Tuck and Haas
Reach: Ross, Darden, and Fuqua
Safety: look at ranking that's between 16-25
There's really nothing wrong with your profile, but it's just that you're competing against so many people in your applicant pool that it becomes so much harder to standout. The 5 schools between stretch and reach are greatly known for their consulting careers post-MBA.
thanks a lot for your reply. I understand that I am an Indian IT Male which is over represented. I am trying hard to introspect to find out how I can differentiate myself from rest of the applicant pool. Any pointers to this will be appreciated.
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