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If You’re Pursuing Your MBA, This Infographic is for You!

Do you ever wonder if your GMAT score is good enough to get you into your chosen business school?

Knowing the average GMAT scores of students admitted to various b-school programs can help you determine what your goal GMAT score should be. Which, is very helpful information to have, especially when you’re preparing for the GMAT and the GRE at the same time.

Click the image below to see the full-size version of our newest infographic: GMAT Scores for Top Business Schools. You’ll find the average GMAT scores of students at top MBA programs, in addition to tips for setting your goal score.

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Questions or comments? Leave them below, and we’ll be happy to get back to you. 🙂


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2 Responses to If You’re Pursuing Your MBA, This Infographic is for You!

  1. mady March 9, 2015 at 2:01 am #


    I should i prepare for GRE and GMAT both simulatenoulsy or will it require different kind of skill set and hence should be tackled separately


    • Rita Kreig
      Rita Kreig March 9, 2015 at 3:52 pm #

      Hi Mady!

      Some skills, like reading comprehension, are important for success on both the GRE and the GMAT. However, in general, the two exams test different concepts in different ways.

      I’d recommend becoming familiar with each test’s structure and question types, and then determining which concepts you have the most trouble with. If it’s the same concept on both tests, then you can work on strengthening these skills at the same time.

      Otherwise, I would recommend studying for the GRE and GMAT separately. If you’d like to learn more about how the tests differ, I’d recommend looking at the Magoosh GMAT Blog as well as this GRE Blog ( & You can also sign up for the Magoosh free trials of our GRE and GMAT prep programs to see which test you find to be more straightforward. You won’t have to enter your credit card to start the free trial, so it’s totally risk free. 🙂

      I hope this helps! If you have any other questions, please let me know.


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