Your chances for getting into a good school should prove favorable. THe Masters' degree is a plus not a minus. The only way a grad degree would be a minus is if it were an MBA. Most schools won't let you get two MBA degrees. Your grad degree will also count towards your experience, but your age and relatively light number of years WE may leave the Adcom wondering what you did with all that time. I wouldn't worry about age as long as you can account for all the time (whether it be work or school). Having favorable recommendations will help and the fact you have worked in the US will be a plus. I would say with a good GMAT score, you should have a shot at your target schools as long as you have a well written application---your story should resonate with the adcoms since you have consulting experience already and your plan is to remain in that industry. Your chances in Asia-Pacific are best if you have a post MBA plan to work there and can demonstrate a propensity for achieveing success in that arena.
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