Thanks for the posting.
Based on the information you present, you have to potential to be a competitive candidate at all of these schools. Just be aware that while your GMAT/GPA is competitive, most of the schools you are targeting evaluate the quality of your undergraduate institution and this may dilute your undergraduate GPA somewhat. I also think that with a strong application, that you might be good candidate for some other quant focused schools -- such as Columbia and Booth. While these schools are very competitive, you can make yourself competitive at both and graduating from these would make your future career transition a bit easier. You just never know unless you try.
Also, I see that you are looking at both f/t and p/t programs. Given this, Tepper has an on-line program that would give you both the quant focus you are seeking but also allow you to keep your current job (or another full-time position).
Last point is do not get a recommendation from your undergraduate dean -- you have been out of school for too long and business schools want to LOR from professionals who you have had more recent dealings with.
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