Average GMAT Scores At The Leading MBA Programs

Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business

Average GMAT Scores At The Top 50 U.S. MBA Programs


P&Q Rank & School2016 GMAT2015 GMAT2014 GMAT2013 GMAT2012 GMAT5-Year Trend
  1. Harvard Business School729725726727724+5
  2. Stanford GSB737733732732729+8
  3. Chicago (Booth)726726724723720+6
  4. Penn (Wharton)730732728725718+12
  4. Northwestern (Kellogg)728724713713708+20
  6. MIT (Sloan)724716713713710+14
  7. Dartmouth (Tuck)717717716718717——–
  8. UC-Berkeley (Haas)717715717714715+2
  9. Columbia720715716716715+5
10. Yale SOM725721719714717+8
11. Duke (Fuqua)695696690694690+5
12. Virginia (Darden)712706706706703+9
13. Michigan (Ross)708708702704703+5
14. Cornell (Johnson)700697692691694+6
15. UCLA (Anderson)715713715706704+11
16. UNC (Kenan-Flagler)700701697683692+8
17. New York (Stern)710720721721720-10
18. Texas-Austin (McCombs)699694690690692+7
19. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper)686690687691693-7
20. Emory (Goizueta)683678678681677+6
21. Indiana (Kelley)670668668664664+6
22. Washington (Foster)691688682670670+21
23. Rice (Jones)690676676676673+17
24. Notre Dame (Mendoza)683682686690687-4
25. Georgetown (McDonough)692692691688683+9

Source: Poets&Quants analysis from available GMAT data

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