Chances for MIT Sloan or Wharton?

I am a new member to this forum and I was attracted to it after I saw how active its members were. In fact for the past three weeks I've been looking for a concrete answer or reasonable clues which can lead me to a logical answer to my question. Hopefully someone can help me out on this. Here we go...</p>

<pre><code> I am an international student currently enrolled at NYU doing my bachelors in MIS. I am in my senior year so I have just an year to finish up my program and hence I am looking to go for an MBA after this. Here is something about me that might help

     1. My cumulative GPA is 3.825, calculated till this semester. Hopefully it will increase in the coming year.
     2. I've been involved in my student clubs under various roles. I in fact initiated relief for Haiti program at my school last year which saw a huge response. This alone pushed me to become the Vice-President of the student council here.
     3. I have zero full time experience, but I worked at NYU Information Technology Services as a part timer for two years and was involved as a senior tech managing groups of 5 students in various projects.
     4. I did not give my GMAT yet, but I am really good at math. I have a 4.0 in all my math courses so I am guessing that GMAT will not be much of a problem if I take care of my English.


<p>Given all this, now the question I have is what would be my chances for getting into MIT Sloan or Wharton for MBA in Business Administration as soon as my BS is done? Should even give it a shot? Because I know GMAT take a lot of effort? Any help on this will be greatly appreciated. Thank you for taking time to read this and thinking about this...</p>


<p>This forum is for undergraduate admissions. Try "Business School - MBA" under "Professional & Graduate School."</p>

<p>OH. I did not notice that. Thank you, I will move it now.</p>

<p>Don't bother applying to Harvard/Wharton/Stanford or similar caliber business chools until you have a minimum 2 years work experience (average is about 3)</p>

<p>Just a comment - Wharton is, arguably, the most competitive business school in the US, if not the world. If you have no full time work experience, expect a rejection.</p>