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While your applicant pool is deep, you seem to demonstrate the kind of innovation, leadership and maturity for your age that could stand out in the M7 group of schools, particularly in the ones who seem to favor high achieving, young applicants. Harvard, Stanford, Yale come to mind. Certianly you should have a shot at any or all on your target list, but it will take a thoughtfully engineered application and story where you demonstrate having made a compelling impact on your organization as well as other areas where you have been involved outside of work. Love that you started the alumni magazine and also have a patent pending which sounds like could have a very broad applicaition. Focus on why you want to work in your chosen post MBA field and not just on what you want to do. The why is an area that is often skipped in the application process to the detriment of the rejected applicants.
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