You have a textbook definition background for b-school, in fact, in the "old-days" your track of high GMAT score, 2 year analyst at a marquee bank would have been exactly the right stuff to get you in the school of your choice. These days, it's gotten a lot more competitive, although you will still differentiate yourself as a woman with this background since most are men in this pool. Good news is, your post MBA vision is a good story for the adcoms considering your background. It's tough to say how you will do in the process for these target schools, but I don't see any reason why you shouldn't be able to get in one or more of them as long as you submit a compelling, error free application. Work on ways in which you can differentiate yourself from others with a similar background--remember, you will be up against folks with better academic credentials, so make sure you can answer the question why a slot should go to you vs. them. Generally, you will be compared directly to others from the banking industry, so you must be prepared to argue how you stand out from them.
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