You have robust profile with strong GMAT, academics and work experience with good corporate exposure. You are in perfect stage of your career and MBA from top b-school will add value to your profile. Target school list looks fine you can also add Kellogg, Ross, Cornell, Duke.
Do some research on the target schools and get started soon so that you have enough time for comprehensive preparation.
Wish you all the best, feel free to post any other query or concern that you might have.
Background: Indian male/25 (non-US citizen)
Work Experience: 2.5 years at a top management consulting firm (McKinsey/BCG/Bain) in a US office. Have been staffed on an international study (South America) too. Recently got promoted to a post-MBA position. While in school, I interned at some top firms too (does this count for anything?).
College: 3.51 from a top public (UVA/Michigan/UCLA/Berkeley) in Electrical Engineering and Business (Honors). Graduated in 2010.
GMAT: 770 (Q51, V42)
Extracurriculars: Varsity college sports team, president of a few clubs, published a journal research paper, currently involved with a local sports club team, run marathons for charity, and have been heavily involved in a non-profit for the last 3-4 years. If it means anything, I have lived in 4 different countries.
Target schools: HBS, Wharton, Stanford, Columbia, Chicago, Tuck, Sloan. Please suggest others that would fit my background, and would have exit ops for PE.
Applying in: R1 2013-14
Post-MBA goal: Ideally, move to a PE megafund (or MM). Otherwise, return to my firm.
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