Business Schools for A+ Transfer Student?

<p>Hey all,</p>

<p>I hope I don't seem pretentious. I'm a business major from a California community college. A few quick facts about me</p>

<p>GPA: 4.0
Units: ~100 quarter
President of 2 clubs
VP in honor society
Student athlete
Internship at a major consulting firm
1000+ volunteering hours
Quality awards
SAT Score: 2250</p>

<p>What are some good undergrad business schools that are in my reach? I'm already applying to Berkeley, UCLA, USC and Cornell. </p>

<p>Are these schools possible? U. of Chicago, Duke, Brown, Dartmouth, Wharton...etc?</p>


<p>P.S. Would do more research on my own but I just pulled an all nighter. :(</p>

<p>Ross at Michigan, even though it is beyond competitive to get in there directly as a transfer (only 1-2% accepted)</p>

<p>why wouldn’t any of these schools be possible? you would apply regardless of what people say about your chances of getting in or not…right?</p>

<p>anything is in your reach if you believe it…</p>

<p>nyu stern is “within your reach”</p>

<p>U. of Chicago, Duke, Brown, Dartmouth don’t have business schools. Neither does UCLA… although “business economics” is what some people would call a business degree.</p>

<p>If Ross’ acceptance rates are that low, I don’t think I’d even bother.</p>

<p>NYU Stern will definitely be on my list.</p>

<p>Yeah I know. I would be applying for business admin, business economics, industrial relations, management science, or something similar.</p>

<p>I just need to know some more transfer friendly top 25 schools out there for pre-business with decent acceptance rates (at least 8%).</p>

<p>Emory is pretty easy to transfer into</p>

<p>Thanks! I will consider Emory although in the west coast, no one really talks about it. Any other schools?</p>

<p>Claremont McKenna.</p>