Yup... The safest bet here is to present yourself as a candidate that doesn't test well.... Who performs well in the real world and not so much in academia.
Work like crazy on studying for exams, preparing essays and resumes, and network with everyone and anyone who'll talk to you.
I agree w/ flinch13. It's all about presentation. MBA programs are looking for well-rounded individuals. They will look at Experience, GPA, GMAT, Your Interview, Resume, Essays, References, Community Involvmenet, etc. I barely graduated with a 3.0 GPA from college. Did a whole lot better in the MBA program. Work your butt off and you'll be fine.