I am wondering my chances of going into a top 10 school, specifically Harvard, Wharton, Stanford, MIT, Chicago:
Male, Chinese American, 25
Ivy League graduate in 2008
B.S. in Engineering
Undergraduate GPA: 3.6
GMAT: 740 (Q: 50, V: 40)
Worked four years for a large asset management firm, with two initial years in a rotational program and two years as an analyst for a portfolio strategy.
Mentor/supervise some interns as well as entry level employees
Extracurriculars include volunteering for charitable organizations and tutoring high school kids.
Big on club sports.
Also, I applied to my schools in rd2 of last year and got no interviews (applied to Wharton, Columbia, Harvard, and Berkeley). Was I the 10% who fell through the cracks or am I missing something? I'm thoroughly perplexed and am cautious about trying again only to get burned.