Rising average GMAT scores for MBA applicants admitted to top business schools

By Aringo WP User|September 27th, 2017|acceptance rates, GMAT|

The average GMAT scores at the top business schools worldwide have been extremely high for years, prompting some experts and applicants to claim that they could surely not rise further. That claim was, however, proven wrong in a recent analysis of GMAT scores done by Poets & Quants, as their conclusion was that almost [...]

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Congratulations!

By Aringo WP User|March 27th, 2017|acceptance rates, Uncategorized|

Three ARINGO candidates admitted to Kellogg, one of them with a $70,000 scholarship Four ARINGO candidates admitted to Booth, one of them with a $40,000 scholarship Eight ARINGO candidates admitted to LBS, one of them with a 650 GMAT Three ARINGO candidates admitted to NYU ARINGO candidate admitted to Cass and ESADE with a [...]

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How do GMAT and GPA Affects HBS Admission Chances?

By Aringo WP User|December 28th, 2015|acceptance rates, GMAT, GPA, Harvard MBA|

An article on the site Poets & Quants presents Wayne Atwell’s analysis of the different factors contributing to the admission chances of candidates to Harvard’s MBA program. The data analysis reveals that for every 10-point increase in GMAT score between 710 and 800, admission chances increase by one percent, with a candidate with a [...]

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Top Programs Growing More Selective

By Aringo WP User|August 18th, 2015|acceptance rates|

An article on the site Poets & Quants surveys the growing selectivity at the top MBA programs, demonstrated by the gradual drop in acceptance rates over the last decade. For example, in 2005 the acceptance rate at HBS was 15.7%, while in 2014 the rate dropped to 11%, despite the fact that the mean GMAT [...]

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