GMAT Scores Slip At Many Top Schools

GMAT Scores & Acceptance Rates for the Top 25 U.S. Schools

School 2011 Median 

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2011 Average 

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2011 Acceptance 

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2010 Median 

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2010 Average 

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2010 Acceptance 

Rate

Stanford 740 730 7% 730 728 6%
Harvard 730 NA 12% 730 NA 11%
Chicago (Booth) 720 719 22% 720 715 22%
UPenn (Wharton) 720 720 19% 720 718 17%
Dartmouth (Tuck) 720 718 18% 720 716 20%
Berkeley (Haas) 720 715 12% 710 718 12%
NYU (Stern) 720 719 14% 720 715 13%
Yale 720 719 19% 720 722 17%
MIT (Sloan) 710 710 13% 720 718 13%
Columbia 710* 716 16% 710* 712 15%
Kellogg 710 714 20% 720 715 19%
Michigan (Ross) 710 703 32% 710 704 25%
Virginia (Darden) 710 701 25% 700 699 26%
UCLA (Anderson) 710 704 29% 710 710 29%
Duke (Fuqua) 700 698 26% 700 697 24%
Cornell (Johnson) 700 687 27% 700 687 23%
Texas (McCombs) 700 692 25% 690 684 24%
Carnegie-Mellon 690 686 24% 700 694 27%
UNC (Kenan-Flagler) 690 698 38% 700 686 36%
Emory (Goizueta) 690 681 35% 680 680 33%
Georgetown 690 686 49% 685 684 42%
Wisconsin 690 680 30% 670 675 31%
Indiana (Kelley) 680 670 38% 660 664 42%
USC (Marshall) 680 670 27% 690 690 22%
Vanderbilt (Owen) 700 695 29% 670 673 36%

Source: Business schools reporting to Bloomberg BusinessWeek.

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