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What are the average GMAT scores of the top 50 MBAs?

What GMAT score do I have to get?

Candidate preparing for GMAT

Many students ask what score they need to achieve in order to be competitive for the schools of their choice. Below are the fifty schools that require the highest GMAT scores in the US.  Usually, a higher median score is linked to a higher business school ranking.  However, as you will see, this is not always the case.

The information for European and other non-US schools can be found here: Average gmat score of mba students in non-US mba programs

Also, if you want to know what the average age or work experience of the MBA applicants who are applying to your desired schools you can click on the links below

http://www.vinciaprep.com/en/blog/average-age-mba-applicants-us

http://www.vinciaprep.com/en/blog/average-work-experience-mba-applicants

You may also want to consider taking the GRE instead of the GMAT.  MBAs around the world started accepting the GRE in 2011 (over 200 MBA programs in the US including top schools like Stanford are now accepting it) and taking the GRE has some advantages. However, in 2020 the majority of applicants still took the GMAT (approximately 75%).

Find out the differences and whether you might want to take the GRE instead of the GMAT here,

http://www.vinciaprep.com/en/blog/differences-between-gmat-and-new-gre

 

Rank    Name                               Average Score
1          Chicago                               730
2          Standford                            734
3          Northwestern (Kellogg)        724
4          Harvard                               730
5          Pennsylvania (Wharton)        732
6          Dartmouth (Tuck)                723
7          Columbia, New York, NY      727
8          MIT (Sloan)                           716        
9          Cornell (Johnson)                 700
10        Michigan (Ross)                   719
11        UC Berkley (Hass)                 725
12        Yale                                     720
13        Virginia (Darden)                  713
14        Duke (Fuqua)                       710
15        UNC (Kenan-Flagler)             697
16        UCLA (Anderson)                  719
17        Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)     690
18        Texas-Austin (McCombs)     704
19        Indiana (Kelley)                    666
20        NYU (Stern)                          720
21        USC (Marshall)                     708
22       Emory (Goizueta)                  680
23       Washington (Foster)              710
24       Brigham Young (Marriott)      675
25       Notre Dame  (Mendoza)        671
26       Rice (Jones)                          706
27       Michigan State (Broad)          674
28       Georgia Tech                        681
29       Washington U-St.Louis (Olin) 688
30       Vanderbilt (Owen)                 680
31       Georgetown (McDonough)     693
32       Minnesota (Carlson)              690
33       Texas A&M (Mays)                 640
34       Penn State                             657
35       Wisconsin (Madison)              665
36       Utah (Eccles)                          650
37       Pittsburgh (Katz)                    640
38       Arizona State (Carey)             680
39       Boston (Questrom)                 690
40       Purdue (Krannert)                   634

41       Ohio State (Fisher)                  680
42       Rochester (Simon)                  655
43       UC Irvine                                673
44       William & Mary (Mason)          620

45       SMU (Cox)                              650
46       Texas Dallas (Jindal)               670
47       UC Irvine                                673
48       Georgie (Terry)                       680

49       Buffalo                                   620
50       Alabama (Manderson)            650

 

 

This information was provided by Forbes magazine in 2019. 

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