Easiest top b-schools to get into


Duncan
The map feature on http://business-schools.findthebest.com/#srpmap is really cute. I used it to identify the 100 US b-schools that are the easiest to get into. At these schools, at least two out of every three applicants is admitted. Most, of course, are of below average quality. However, some of them are modestly well ranked (using a system which averages out the main rankings).

The schools in the (bottom half of the) top 120 which are easiest to get into are (More or less west to east):
Williamette
Santa Clara
Thunderbird
Denver Daniels
Oklahoma State
Kansas
Iowa State
St Louis University
Cincinnati
USC Moore
RIT Saunders
Hofstra
Fordham
Bentley
The map feature on http://business-schools.findthebest.com/#srpmap is really cute. I used it to identify the 100 US b-schools that are the easiest to get into. At these schools, at least two out of every three applicants is admitted. Most, of course, are of below average quality. However, some of them are modestly well ranked (using a system which averages out the main rankings).

The schools in the (bottom half of the) top 120 which are easiest to get into are (More or less west to east):
Williamette
Santa Clara
Thunderbird
Denver Daniels
Oklahoma State
Kansas
Iowa State
St Louis University
Cincinnati
USC Moore
RIT Saunders
Hofstra
Fordham
Bentley
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ralph
Pretty interesting feature. Playing around with this chart a little bit, I've been able to refine a theory I've had for a while: that higher post-graduation salaries are directly related to higher GMAT scores. For instance, if you filter post-graduation salaries to $100,000 or higher, the average GMAT scores are 697 and higher. Filtering salaries for $75,000 or higher allows for average GMAT scores as low as 680, and so on.

Of course there are other factors, but the lesson is pretty clear: higher GMAT scores mean higher salaries!
Pretty interesting feature. Playing around with this chart a little bit, I've been able to refine a theory I've had for a while: that higher post-graduation salaries are directly related to higher GMAT scores. For instance, if you filter post-graduation salaries to $100,000 or higher, the average GMAT scores are 697 and higher. Filtering salaries for $75,000 or higher allows for average GMAT scores as low as 680, and so on.

Of course there are other factors, but the lesson is pretty clear: higher GMAT scores mean higher salaries!
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