Average GMAT Scores For Top MBAs

Average GMAT Scores For The Top MBA Programs

Average Class GMATs For Incoming MBA Classes In 2019, From Highest To Lowest, In 25 Top U.S. MBA Programs

School 2019 Class Average GMAT 2018 Class Average Y-O-Y Change
1. Stanford 734 732 +2
2. UPenn (Wharton) 732 732 ——–
3. Chicago (Booth) 730 731 -1
3. Northwestern (Kellogg) 730 732 -2
3. Harvard 730* 730* ——–
6. MIT (Sloan) 727 728 -1
6. Columbia 727 732 -5
8. UC-Berkeley (Haas) 725 726 -1
9. Dartmouth (Tuck) 723 722 +1
10. Yale SOM 721 724 -3
10. NYU (Stern) 721 717 +4
12. Michigan (Ross) 719 720 -1
12. UCLA (Anderson) 719 719 ——–
14. Virginia (Darden) 713 718 -5
15. Rice (Jones) 710 706 +4
16. USC (Marshall) 708 705 +3
17. Duke (Fuqua) 705 704 +1
18. Texas-Austin (McCombs) 704 703 +1
19. Cornell (Johnson) 697 699 -2
19. UNC (Kenan-Flagler) 697 703 -6
21. Washington (Foster) 695 694 -1
21. Washington (Olin) 695 693 +2
23. Georgetown (McDonough) 694 693 +1
24. Carnegie Mellon (Tepper) 687 690 -3
25. Emory (Goizueta) 684 685 -1

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