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Top 10 Business Schools

  1. Harvard Business School
  2. Stanford Graduate School of Business
  3. The Wharton School
  4. Kellogg School of Management
  5. Sloan School of Management
  6. Booth School of Business
  7. Tuck School of Business
  8. Haas School of Business
  9. Columbia Business School
  10. Stern School of Business

Distance Learning MBA

  1. Capella University
  2. DeVry University Online
  3. Northeastern University
  4. Regis University
  5. Salem International University
  6. University of Phoenix
  7. Walden University
 

Average GMAT Scores: Median GMAT Scores


What is the average GMAT score?

In recent years, the average GMAT score worldwide is 570. There is no "acceptable" or "minimum" score. What score you should obtain depends on which school you are going to apply to. Generally, the higher the school ranks, the higher score you must obtain. For the top 50 programs, the averaged GMAT score is 660. 

Below is a table of median GMAT scores for some top MBA programs.

School Name Median GMAT Score
Harvard MBA Program 720
Wharton MBA Program 710
Stanford MBA Program 720
Sloan MBA Program 710
Yale MBA Program 710

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How many times can I take GMAT?

You may take the GMAT as many times as you want. But you could not take it more than once a month. The GMAT score is valid for five years. If you take GMAT more than once, the GMAC will forward the most recent three scores to school you apply to.

Considering the following factors when you are deciding whether to retake the test:

  • whether your new GMAT scores will be reported to the B-schools early enough to meet application deadlines
  • how well you think you already performed on the real GMAT relative to your realistic potential
  • whether the schools to which you are applying average your GMAT scores or consider only your highest GMAT scores

Can I cancel my GMAT scores?

During the test, you can quit the test at any time. When you quit, no score for any test section will be tabulated or recorded by the testing service, or reported to any school.

After the test, you may cancel your scores immediately after completing the test, while still in the testing room. However, once you request an unofficial score report (immediately after the test), you no longer have the option of canceling your scores.

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