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With a strong GMAT score and a compelling/professional application, you would be considered a candidate for some top MBA programs. I emphasize that you have to do well on both as you come from a very competitive demographic and admissions looks for any weaknesses in your application to reject you. Thus, you need to invest the time, energy and resources into this process to guarantee that you will achieve the results you desire.
As for which schools in the T10 you should target – I recommend Wharton, Booth, Columbia, Johnson, Tuck, Ross and Kellogg. With high scores and a compelling application, you would be considered a strong candidate at all of these programs. I would also recommend that you apply to a few schools below the T10 – including Anderson, Darden and Kenan Flagler – you will get a great education at all of these schools and will position yourself to do whatever you want in the future.
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