I am graduating this fall from a fairly low ranked private university in New England (I was not a good student in high school) with ~3.85GPA. I also have recently taken Calc I/II at a local community college (not for credit) and received an A in both. I worked full time throughout school to pay my way through. I started as a technician at a retail tech company, then a business analyst intern at a non-profit, a sales and marketing intern at a startup, and now an analyst intern at a major banking company. I'm not super familiar with the admission criteria for top schools besides what's on there website (which seems to match up decently for me). Does this make me a competitive candidate for an MBA program at MIT/Harvard/Dartmouth?
I haven't taken the GREs yet, and plan on taking them in December. I scored 2120 on the SATs in high school though which I'm told is a decent predictor of GRE/GMAT scores.