It depends on your GMAT and the rest of your application. You'll have mid-3.0's so you will be in the lower part of their range. You have a good story on why your GMAT is lower and have strong, upward momentum (3.75 and above in multiple semesters). Maybe MIT might be out of range (don't know without all information), but you will be in the running for all the other top, well placing programs.
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