Your GMAT score is below the 80% range of both Columbia and Kellogg and will weaken your chances of acceptance. However, getting accepted in round 3 with a less than average score is going to be extremely difficult. You can apply to some of your lower ranked choices now and save the more challenging programs for your next (hopefully higher) GMAT score or you can wait until next year, really focus on increasing the GMAT score, and apply to your dream schools in round 1. Keep in mind that you should limit your GMAT retakes to about 3. Best of luck!
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