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Profile Review [#permalink] New post 03 Jul 2011, 08:16
I am in the very early stages of considering an MBA. I was hoping to get a feel for what level of schools I should apply to:

Education:
BS in Business Admin from top 5 public school - 3.4 GPA
MS in Accounting from a top 5 accounting program - 3.8 GPA (Top 10% of my class)

GMAT:
700

Work Experience:
Past - 3 years at fortune 10 company in project management
Current - 2 years at Big 4 Public Accounting Firm in Assurance

Credentials:
CPA

I think I'll be able to get great recommendations when the time comes. I don't have much by way of extracurricular activities during college aside from playing club sports and a few volunteer activities. I'm trying to get involved in committees in my current job and also performing more community service.

At what level of schools can I realistically expect a shot at admission? Top 20? Top 10? Any input is much appreciated.
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