What is my chance of getting into a top grad school in the US?

Preferrably, I would like to apply for Business (MBA). Maybe Political Science or Intl. Relations Graduate School at one of the top universities in the US or Canada. I would be looking at schools that offer solid scholarships and also accept "average" score on GMAT or GRE. What are my chances with such resume and what university should I go for, in your view: male, Eastern Europe origin, studied undergrad in Western Europe BA - Intl. Business - (slightly) above average GPA business high school already spent a part of studies at American university working experience in bank and tourism industry for numerous years volunteer experience - research assistant at community research institute class president and degree program representative volunteer for university's marketing department executive position at youth organisation of political party with school relations portfolio street marketer and team leader for political campaign elementary school newspaper writer and editor university's international office assistant for exchange students participation in several business competitions throughout high school and university Thanks

Asked By: maxime.bernier - 1/1/2013
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Your chance of getting accepted at a good MBA program are fairly good, but your chance of getting a scholarship at a top 10 or 15 MBA programs is zero. I don't know about other degree programs. With average GPA and average GMAT, you can get into an average program. Scholarships go to students who are well above average... More
Answered By: Prof - 1/2/2013
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