KK, just have to say, be careful about getting application strategy advice from friends. They are surely well-meaning but there's a lot of misinformation out there.
Yes, all aspects of your profile matter, including the Master's, including the U.S. experience, etc. etc. etc. It's a little unfair to ask us to give a complete view of your entire profile when you give us a tiny bit of information in an online forum (not to do the upsell, but we have a full service called the Comprehensive Profile Review
which is designed exactly for such situations, to go into EVERY angle of the profile and examine each one independently, and in conjunction with all the others - GMAT Club people even get a discount
in case you're interested).
While we appreciate that consulting and marketing are both appealing to you for areas of focus during your MBA studies, you're going to have a very difficult time getting INto bschool if you state such dissimilar interests without more explanation and a clear plan for your post-MBA goals. It doesn't matter if both have good job opportunities (which they do); you're not going to be in a position to avail yourself of them if you don't do a stand-up job on the bschool application. And that's what we're talking about in all areas of our answers to questions about profiles and probabilities.
So, not to be totally blunt or anything
but it looks like you have some more work to do, in terms of figuring out what you want to do, and mapping out your strategy to get there.
Hope that isn't too off-putting; we're not trying to blow you off, just trying to show you how this stuff works. It always requires a STRATEGY not just some vague ideas.
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