US MBA Programs with the Highest Average GMAT Scores

Scoring high on the GMAT is not easy — according to GMAC, only about ten percent of all test-takers score above 700. However, a high score signals to business schools that a candidate is well-rounded, and can solve complex problems under pressure.

Of course, the GMAT score is not the only factor by which business schools judge applications; work experience is also important, as is undergraduate performance and extra-curricular activities.

Here’s a list of the US-based MBA programs which report the highest average GMAT scores for their cohorts.

Boston, Massachusetts 72 Followers 199 Discussions
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 59 Followers 162 Discussions
UPenn - Wharton View School Profile
Chicago, Illinois 33 Followers 140 Discussions
Chicago - Booth View School Profile
New York City, New York 152 Followers 0 Discussions
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Hanover, New Hampshire 13 Followers 46 Discussions
Dartmouth - Tuck View School Profile
New Haven, Connecticut 40 Followers 59 Discussions
Yale View School Profile
New York City, New York 145 Followers 233 Discussions
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