With your grades and GMAT, you should have a good shot at a top school, even in round three. I am a female 3rd round success story (with a 740 GMAT and a lower GPA than you had) so I'm hopeful for you!! You may be a bit light on work experience as it looks like you changed jobs a bit (this can make it more difficult to get fantastic LORs as your recommenders don't have the depth of experience with you that an Adcom might want to see) but you have other strengths that would add to the diversity of a class.
I think your list is fine. I would never recommend applying to more than five schools in one rounds so I'd pick your favorites. Usually international applicants are asked to apply to earlier rounds so if a school specifically says that, you may want to focus your efforts elsewhere. There isn't really a "safety" school on your list (Tuck seems to be the lease competitive on the list and it is a top school!), but, as long as you are okay with the possibility of no acceptances, I'd keep your list as it is. I think you'd be better off going to a top 10 school the following year than settling for a lesser school now.
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