I agree that your profile is good and other than your GMAt, you should be able to differentiate yourself from the pack. Since Marriott has a much higher average GMAT and with only 8% of the admitted students there scoring below a 610, I would definitely try to get that score up before applying. There is certainly a chance, but with 92% of the admitted students scoring above your level, the chances are greatly diminished. One caveat may be that there could be fewer Indian applicants to BYU--this is something you can ascertain by reaching out directly to the admissions office. They certainly could let you in with a 610 without doing major damage to their average if they have a need for an international student with work experience in the US. Would be worth a call to discuss with someone in admissions. They will give you excellent guidance.
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