Why 53 Countries Beat The U.S. On The GMAT

Average GMAT Scores By Country & Number of 2012-2013 Exams Taken

 

Country                           Average GMAT     Exams Taken
55. Moldova52874
56. Slovakia52793
57. Uzbekistan52188
58. Philippines516383
59. Sweden510646
60. Paraguay50817
61. Morocco505287
62. Columbia499783
63. Thailand4981,735
64. Pakistan497932
64. Tunisia49764
66. Mexico4961,493
66. Venezuela496370
68. Lebanon4921,111
69. Guatemala49087
69. Lesotho4907
71. Bangladesh488400
71. Zimbabwe488137
73. Barbados48424
73. Israel4841,840
75. Panama48062
76. Trinidad/Tobago47952
77. Montenegro47720
77. Sri Lanka477115
79. Syrian Arab Republic47089
80. South Africa475785
81. Mongolia474115
82. Turkmenistan47216
83. Algeria47132
84. Gabon46813
84. Madagascar46813
86. Gambia46411
87. Egypt463758
87. Nicaragua46321
89. Honduras46281
90. Bhutan4619
91. Benin45928
92. Ecuador457161
93. Senegal45248
94. Bolivia45135
95. El Salvador45042
96. Ivory Coast448120
97. Belize44710
98. Swaziland44612
99. Cameroon445202
100. Botswana44422
101. Bosnia44225
102. Brunei44111
102. Qatar44131
104. Jordan440237
105. Tajikistan43712
106. Sudan43515
107. Mali43318
108. Dominican Republic42968
109. Jamaica428131
109. Togo42815
111. Bahrain42784
111. Ethiopia42765
111. Bahrain427585
114. Bahamas42447
115. St. Lucia42017
116. Ghana419398
117. Nigeria4181,351
118. Guyana41718
118. Zambia41728
120. Burundi41216
121. Niger4085
122. Uganda40786
123. Burkina Faso40629
124. Oman40552
125. Haiti40350
125. Suriname4036
127. Maldives4006

Source: GMAC 2013 Profile of GMAT Candidates

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