your profile is right down the fairway for a number of schools. which is good and bad.
good in that (based on the limited info you've submitted) there's nothing glaring or strange about your desire to earn an MBA. it feels natural based on your background. your grades and test scores are fine. nothing to be worried about here either.
bad in that to be accepted at an exceptional program, like W, H, or S, you need to have a special "spark" which i don't get a sense of. most likely due to a lack of info.
my suggestion would be to ensure that you show dimension in your essays. talk about your ECs in detail and go into a lot more detail around your career goals. right now, your ambitions make you sound like a ticket-puncher, which is not what the top programs look for. in my experience, the candds who get into the very top programs have this same "right down the fairway" profile, but they also have amazing credentials over and above being good at managing a career.
with all that said, if you're not able to address some of the points mentioned above, i think you'd be a solid contender at places like Duke, UVA, or Cornell.
hope that's helpful
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