Although there isn’t enough data to analyze low GPA acceptance rates with a strong level of confidence at each school, I posted my estimated acceptance rates for each school below. I included the sample sizes so you can get an idea of how trustworthy the acceptance rate calculations are. For example, Foster and Mendoza have a sample size below 10, so you probably can’t trust the accuracy of these acceptance rates. On the other hand, Ross has a sample size of 45, so I trust the 40% acceptance rate for Michigan much more than Mendoza and Foster.
MBA Acceptance Rate for Applicants with GPA Below 3.0
Author Wayne Atwell is a second-year MBA student at New York University’s Stern School of Business. Passionate about numbers and analysis, he analyzes info from GMAT Club forums, plugs them into Excel spreadsheets and comes up with all kinds of odds and stats. He blogs at MBADataGuru.com.
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