To start, your GMAT score is solid. I would focus more on the other aspects of your application.
A- GPA: is ok, but nothing you can do about that.
B- Work experience: This is where you need to show that you gained perspective that will add to the classroom. You need to think long and hard about how you were a leader, how you initiated, how you innovated.
C- Extracurricular and Volunteer community service: You have nothing here, can you give more information? As it reads now, you simply went to a good school and achieve at 3.43, what else did you do during this time to distinguish you from your peers? Who were you during this time?
D- Recommendations: These are going to need to be outstanding, who do you have to write about you in a manner that shows you are truly one of the select few that a Wharton can not pass on given a sea of finance applicants?
E- Post MBA goals: Define for your post MBA goals with one goal not two, one can be a step that is critical to the pursuit of the one focused goal.
F- Overall: Answer for yourself "Why You? Why should the AdCom admit you, what makes you compelling? Also, answer for the AdCom "Why an MBA Now, at this point in time? Why is it critical? (later tie this answer to why from this specific school?).
At this point you have a lot to answer to highlight shine a light on what makes you a truly outstanding candidate. I am sure it is there, perhaps take some time to answer all of the above to get you started on creating the marketing angles for yourself. I would be happy to review again.
Best of Luck-
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