Average GMAT Scores for Top 10 Business Schools 2013
The ranking results are out and once more in the race of top Business Schools of the world, the USA has bagged the award. Among the top 10 Business Schools 2013, while 6 are from the USA, the other business schools occupying the elite space are from the UK, France, Spain and China. We bring to you an analysis of the average GMAT scores for top 10 Business Schools 2013 across the world.
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A recent survey has shown that the maximum number of international students, in universities across the world, are enrolled for MBA. In order to get into a top Business School, one of the most important criteria is the GMAT score of the candidate. GMAT is a computer adaptive test which assesses the candidate’s analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills in standard written English. A look at the average GMAT scores for top 10 Business Schools 2013 will help students make a better decision while preparing for GMAT as well as applying for admission.
A study of the top 10 Business Schools 2013 average GMAT scores reveals that the scores are more related to the country of the Business School rather than the rank. Regardless of their ranks, all top Business Schools in the USA have a high average GMAT score, whereas top Business Schools in other countries have lower average scores.
Below is a comparative analysis of the average GMAT scores for top 10 Business Schools 2013 in USA and the other countries.
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