I am a Senior at a Tier 1 university (Business Degree with majors in Marketing and Strategic Mgmt) in Asia with a strong alumni network in all the major consulting firms. When I came to college, I wasn't that focused on my career/studies and that resulted in a low first sem GPA. Since then, I have managed to pull up my quite significantly but still, it's no way near the level required by consulting firms (It stands at 3.30/4.0 currently and I have projected to pull it up to 3.5-3.6/4.0 by the time I graduate).
After doing a few strategy internships and consulting projects, I have realized that consulting would be the best field for me after undergrad. Therefore, I want to give my best in my last year to have a shot at a consulting role (I know the odds are against me but I feel that I should try my best). To boost my education section on the resume, I was thinking of taking GMAT and getting a decent score on it. So, do you guys have any idea if a high GMAT score (750ish range) will help in landing an interview? Also, if there are any recruiters on here, how would you feel about seeing a GMAT score at an undergrad level?
Target Firms: MBB, Oliver Wyman, Roland Berger etc. (basically all tier 1 and tier 2 consulting firms)
Also, what other strategies could I adopt to improve my chances? Any help would be appreciated!