You have a good GMAT score and an avg. GPA. ECs seem to be fine. To convert your chances from application to admission you must demonstrate leadership skills, achievements in or outside work place in application essays and ability to work with others, maturity & professionalism during final interviews. With the given information, Ross, Duke & Kelley should be within your reach while Booth & Stern looks quite ambitious. You may try your chances in b-school(s) by clicking http://www.apphelp.co.in/b-school-selector.php
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27/M/African American with CPA
Currently I am a senior at a Big 4 in audit in Chicago and have regularly gotten high ratings. I am also heavily involved with firm events such as intramural sports, volunteering, and on campus recruiting
Northern Illinois University: 3.2/4.0 GPA with 3.9/4.0 in major (3.2 is a result of premed classes at different school while playing college football, A's in nearly all finance and accounting classes)
Started online network/forum for accounting and finance career advancement and help (site makes significant profit also). I started tutoring services for kids needing help with accounting (all free) and volunteer with inner city kids helping one get to and through college.
Any top 25 but specifically Ross, Farqua, Stern, Booth, Kelley would be great (#1 is Ross) and looking to apply R1 2014
I want to use the MBA as a career change into a consulting role with the long term goal of starting a hands on charity helping inner city kids get motivated for college.
Undergrad- Top 5 college in India
MBA- Top 15 FT ranking b-school