Hello sumatmittal, thanks for your question.
Your GMAT is solid, and you seem to have strong work experience. In terms of extracurricular activities, what you’ve done more recently has more weight than what you did in university/school.
My only real comment is that your goals seem a bit broad. What kind of entrepreneurial venture would you like to start in the future? How does that tie in with your interests/passions? In terms of your post-MBA goals, paint a picture that cohesively ties together your past, present, and future. Demonstrate to the admissions committees that your desired career path necessitates an MBA. Identify the specific gaps that stand between you and your short- and long-term goals (knowledge, skills, experiences, network, etc.) and show how business school would directly address those gaps.
In targeting suitable schools, a good place to start would be to compile a list of programs that have a mean or median GMAT score close to yours. You should be competitive here. My rule of thumb is that if your GMAT score falls within the middle 80% range at a school, you have a shot. Your GMAT probably opens the door at most any program, assuming you GPA is as solid.
I tend to avoid telling candidates where to apply simply because it’s an intensely personal choice that you should make. You will know best which program has:
• Resources that best meets your career needs
• A culture that resonates with your personal style
• Students whom you respect, can relate to, and have fun with!
I encourage all applicants to pound the pavement and talk to students and alumni from your target programs to find the best fit. It’s not easy, I know, but the effort will be worth it in the end, I assure you.
Best of luck,
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