Gary Stephen’s Answer
Good question, I would suggest researching and possibly even visiting business schools that you are interested in attending. I will offer a different perspective however, going to a good school is one of many ways to succeed. But, even if you go to a school that is a little less known for business and maybe a little less expensive, you can still do things that will help you succeed in your career and in business/life...get involved in campus and community activities, clubs, business associations, groups, volunteer, the military/reserves/national guard also offers good experience and leadership training. As an example, I had to start off at community college due to work and finances, then I transferred to a 4 year university and went to night school while working full time.