Bad GPA, Good Job --> MBAHF
So I graduated from a top 20 undergrad school with a pretty bad cumulative GPA after transferring (~2.8-3.0) due to the fact that I worked 40 hours a week (job + internships) and maxed out my credits every semester to graduate early. Despite this, I landed at a job at a smaller hedge fund in NYC, as well as a few other job offers.
Assuming I work here for a few years, and since there are only a few of us, the principal seems pretty intent on giving me some major responsibilities fast (including overseeing businesses in a sector I'm knowledgeable about, we do trading and PE), what are the chances that after 3-5 years of great work experience that I get in to a top MBA such as stanford/wharton/harvard/MAYBE NYU? Also what test scores would I need? I know I'm a pretty undesirable candidate, but I think I have a decent shot being a 21 year old working at a hedge fund doing some pretty hands-on things, but maybe I'm naive.
I don't 100% know if I want to get an MBA, but I want to do VC eventually, and due to locational reasons, those are probably one of the few schools I would go to as the opportunity cost would be too high for me to stop working for 2 years and move somewhere I don't like that isn't an elite school.
Appreciate the help.