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# GMAT Score

What is a good GMAT score? This page provides resources containing everything you need to know about scoring, from the score range to percentiles.

## Most Popular Posts About GMAT Score

Wondering to how to calculate GMAT score without an official GMAT score report? Use the expertly developed Magoosh GMAT score calculator!
Wondering what GMAT percentiles you need for a top score? Magoosh's experts break down GMAT score percentiles so you can see exactly how yours stack up.
This handy GRE to GMAT conversion table will help you determine which test will get you your highest score. See how you stack up to other test takers!

## Most Recent Posts About GMAT Score

Submitting GMAT scores for PhD programs might seem unusual, but it's actually quite common in business fields. Read more to learn about the scores you need.
Which country in the world is the smartest? Our post on GMAT scores by country will give you interesting insights on how scores are used worldwide.
"How is the GMAT scored?" is a funny question because it could be interpreted in a few rather different ways. Find out the answers to all ways in this post!
You get your GMAT score right away, but what about the full GMAT score report? Find out the answer to that question in this post!
Have you asked yourself "What is a good GMAT score?" As you prep, it's important to know if your GMAT scores are competitive. Read on to find out.
The elusive GMAT 800: the perfect GMAT score that fewer than 30 people attain each year. What are the criteria needed to earn the GMAT perfect score?

What will actually be on your score report? When will it arrive? Will your schools get it at the same time as you? In this week’s video I answer all these questions and more. Everything you need to know about your GMAT Score Report. Check out this week’s board!

So you scored a 650 on the GMAT but want to get into the 700+ range. These simple tips will help you improve your score.
Which country can report having the highest GMAT score? What's the average GMAT score for countries around the world? Check out our cool interactive map!
GMAC recently announced the new Enhanced Score Report (ESR) feature, which will be available for all GMAT exams completed after October 1, 2013.

If you increase your GMAT score by five points, ten points, fifteen points, will that mean that you’ll eventually earn more money? One test-prep tutor here in the San Francisco Bay Area used to advertise that if you spent \$5000 on his services you’d recoup that in the first five months of your post-MBA employment. […]

In theory, the relationship between time spent studying for the GMAT and the effect on your scores should be a direct correlation: the more you learn, the higher your score. In reality, though, that’s not always the case – GMAT practice scores vary. At least, it’s not always the case when you’re looking at only […]

How much does your GMAT score really affect your admissions chances, and does a perfect GMAT score exist? Adcoms look at your application holistically, but a high GMAT score never hurts.
There is no trick to scoring a 700+ on the GMAT, because the GMAT exam tests legitimate skills that have to be learned and mastered.
If you're taking the GMAT a second or third time, then you're hoping for a higher score. But what is a reasonable score increase to expect? It depends on the test taker - but we have some data to help you determine what GMAT score increase is realistically attainable for you.
GMAC recently announced that GMAT students will be able to see their GMAT score before they are asked whether or not they would like to cancel it. This is a big change, and definitely one for the better. Learn when to cancel your score and when to keep it in this post by GMAT Expert Mike McGarry.