Business schools are going to look at your undergraduate record, GMAT score, work experience (history of progression, leadership experience), extracurricular activities, letters of recommendations, and personal essays. Personal essays and letters of recommendations will play a critical role, and unfortunately there are so many factors that with the information you have written it is difficult to give a yes or no answer. Regardless, you should study hard for the GMAT and aim for at least a 700 on the test.
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