I am trying to get an idea of the suitability of applying to business school. I would like to be admitted to either Sloan/HBS/Wharton/Booth because I would like to get a joint MBA/MPP and those are the programs which 1) offer the concurrent degree or joint degree and 2) will give me the most value for the two degrees. Absent having a realistic shot of being admitted to these schools, I'd probably save the money and not apply. My quantitative background is weak (no calc), I don't have many professional leadership roles, I'm already 27, and I have only 2 years of WE post UG.
WE: 2 Years/International Law Firm/Complex Civil Litigation Stuff (obviously as a junior associate, I'm not running meetings or a "manager" but I was able to take leadership roles over important projects).
Law School: Harvard/Yale/Stanford
Taking GRE (joint degree): Range of Quant scores: 690-720; Range of V Scores: 720-780
Race: African American
I've had good leadership experiences, awarded a number of national and rigorous fellowships, started organizations in undergrad, national debate champ, worked for a high level member of Congress full time while in UG, worked as a prosecutor in law school, helped clear some innocent people from death row in a defense clinic, etc.