Brits and Spaniards do pretty well on the GMAT exam, posting average scores that are among the highest in all of Europe. But when it comes to completely beating the GMAT, test takers in Luxembourg outdid everyone in Europe, averaging a score of 622. That is 58 points higher than the worldwide average and 69 points above the U.S. mean. In fact, Luxembourg achieved the highest average of any country in the world in 2017, beating out Australia where the average was 620.
GMAT test takers in the United Kingdom were right behind, with an average GMAT score of 607, followed by Spain with 595.
In testing year 2017, which ended June 30th of that year, 18,575 GMAT tests were taken in Western Europe and 4,441 were sat for in Eastern Europe. The average score for all of Western Europe in 2017 was 571 vs. 567 in Eastern Europe.