Do you want to know Highest Average GMAT Scores for Top Business Schools?
US News recently published a report that listed Highest Average GMAT Scores of admitted students.
Several B-Schools accept GRE instead of GMAT. Still several students take GMAT for MBA admission.
Highest Average GMAT Score
|Business school (state)||Fall 2010||Average GMAT score||U.S. NewsRank|
|Stanford University (CA)||389||728||1|
|Harvard University (MA)||903||724||2|
|Yale University (CT)||231||722||10|
|Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)||401||718||3|
|University of California—Berkeley (Haas)||243||718||7|
|University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)||817||718||3|
|Dartmouth College (Tuck) (NH)||280||716||7|
|New York University (Stern)||314||715||10|
|University of Chicago (Booth)||579||715||5|
|Northwestern University (Kellogg) (IL)||647||714||5|
GMAT Test Takers Stats
- GMAT scores range – 200 to 800.
- 2/3 of test takers score between 400 and 600
- 10% of test takers score 700+
Now, you know to get into Top 10 Ranked B Schools, aim to 650 and above in GMAT.
Starting June 5, 2012 New GMAT Format comes into effect.
New Integrated reasoning section is added to Next Generation GMAT.
GMAT Test takers have to spend more time preparing for the New section with same time limit as current GMAT Test format.