Standard GMAT Scores for global Top 20 MBA Programs – 2018
Posted on July 25, 2018
GMAT scores are an essential requirement for obtaining admissions to Overseas Business Schools. Candidates are required to aim for specific scores based on their intended overseas school. The average GMAT scores are declared by the institutions openly.
The standard GMAT Scores for top global MBA Programs give an indication of the required results. It also helps the students to take steps in the required direction. This also helps them to project the required preparation.
The standard GMAT scores for top 20 MBA programs reveal that elite programs in the US are recording a year-on-year increase, as quoted by the Business Because.
|FT Ranking||School||Country||Average GMAT|
|4||London Business School||UK||708|
|18||National University of Singapore||Singapore||662|
The standard GMAT score for Chicago’s Booth reached a whopping 738 in 2018. This is an increase from the 738 score in 2017. It thus ousted Stanford for the highest average score in the world top 20 as Stanford’s score remained at 737.
Kellogg’s standard GMAT score was 732 this year. It was also an increase from the 728 in 2017. The standard GMAT score for Harvard this year was 730 when compared to the 729 last year.
To be assured of getting a place in the top 20 MBA programs globally, applicants must aim for a GMAT score of 660 or plus. This is because the lowest average among the top 20 is for Spain’s ESADE Business School with 660.
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