So, I was a big fish in a small pond in high school. Tons of scholarships, great test scores, but college really overwhelmed me. The summer after my freshman year I was diagnosed with depression and ADD. (Please don't turn this topic into a referendum on ADD; it's not really related to my question.) After freshman year my grades shot up; then my senior year, I had major problems with my depression and was too lazy/stubborn to get them dealt with, which led to a couple more terrible semesters and a couple of failed courses.
When my mental health is stable (which it is now, and I learned my lesson about letting it get out of control) I'm a superb student, but I still came out of it with a 3.08 undergraduate GPA from a poor-to-middling state university. The problems freshman year are all documented by doctors, but seeing as the problem senior year was caused by NOT going to the doctor, I don't have any documentable explanation for that.
Is there any chance of me getting into a decent MSA/MAcc program with that score? I haven't taken the GMAT yet, but if prior scores on standardized tests are any indication, I can expect a good one (31 ACT/1380 SAT with little to no study for either). The one that I really wanted, U of Toronto, requires a B+ average in your senior year, so that one's right out of the question; I'd like a school in Canada, for future immigration purposes, but that's secondary to getting the degree.