Being female with a good GMAT score is normally a great combo for b-schools, but being Indian will put you in a much more competitive application pool, especially since your career direction seems to have taken a bit of a side road. Depending on your post MBA vision, and how well you can craft a story for why you took the detour/how well it plays into your post MBA plan will determine if they find interest in you despite coming in under the average number of years WE. What you don't want to do is to communicate that you can't get traction in your career so you figure b-school will be your ticket to start over. This would be a sure fire way to get rejected. Try to weave a story which says your choices have been intentional and building towards a plan which b-school can uniquely contribute.
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