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For those students who live in Lunar Power Street, Dark Side of the Moon - ZIP Code \(\pi\). Moon the GRE is a rising star. It is the newcomer in the arena of standardized tests you have to take as an element among the others (which is one of those and it is NOT the most important one as legends say) to complete the admission criteria for the College of your dream.

Fact check, The GRE was presented in 1936 by a consortium of four colleges and the Carnegie Establishment for the Progression of Educating. In 1938, the College of Wisconsin was the first public institution to ask to the students to take the GRE in the early format of the time. The Instructive Testing Administration (ETS) was made in 1948 and as of now manages GRE testing. In 2007 we did have the introduction of the fill-in-the-blank questions and management of the Reading Comprehension part. Notwithstanding, the big strike came upon in 2011 when we did witness the major overhaul of the test. Probably this was the consequence of the descending of this test in the big arena of the standardized test, particularly it went to start what is like a titanic battle with that test at the time had the monopoly, literally, for the entrance in a Business School: The GMAT. The de-facto standard.

When I started to write down the post I had in mind, a clear thing, the list of the top Business Schools and the relative GRE score average (arithmetic mean) for the entrance: Stanford, Harvard BS, Wharton (one of my favorite choices for the prestige, heritage, and expertise), and all the schools ahead, was pretty clear.
But hey, hold on: this is not in the DNA of GPC. After all, I could copy and paste the ranking provided us by U.S.News for the Best Business Schools and we had a deal.

Instead, the following guide will be structure in chapter to give you a full insight, a 360° view of what is the average GRE score at the top BS and not only: what is all about and what gravitates around the main point.












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A star is born, a new kid in town, the GRE General exam is the newcomer, and under several aspects that is totally true. However, there are many things behind to know about this elegant yet killer exam.

The GRE is not a fresh exam. Its inception dates back in 1936 by a cartel of Universities and the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. In 1938, the University of Wisconsin became the first public university to ask students to take the GRE. The Educational Testing Service (ETS) was created in 1948 and since then basically administrates the test, stepping in. Over the years and after several phases the GRE test went through, in 2011 we do have an overhaul of the test as we do know it today; with a new design that includes the current 130-170 scoring scale, doing away with particular question types, and making the computer adaptive testing adjustments based on sections and not questions. For an in-depth overview of the test as it is nowadays read my post All you do need to know about the GRE Test - 2019 Edition, the reason of this guide is else.

Till about a lustrum, the GRE was broadly known to be favored by understudies settling on an MS degree. Be that as it may, recently, there has been a consistent increment in the number of understudies applying for MBA programs (with GRE scores). Which is this guide all about. The phase in which the GMAT is considered the "de-facto" exam you had to have is - basically - over. The GRE now is accepted without any bias by the admission committees. Even though there are still debates around this issue, you might stay confident that if your goal is an Ivy-League Business School or other University, the GRE is the exam to go.
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The main goal of this guide is not only the Average GRE Scores At Leading B-Schools but also all the necessary you do need to know about your target B-School and what this imply. Please refer to the table of contents in the first post.

Our BSs list, which usually by 90% of the websites is not considered, entails of TWO records, actually:
  • The Business School list broadly speaking. Under this aspect, a Business Program encompasses a wide range of fields of studies NOT only a Full-Time MBA. We do have under this umbrella all the specialties such as Executive MBA, Accounting, Finance, Supply Chain, Management, Marketing, and so forth.
  • The BSs list for the Full-Time MBA programs.

    As it turns out, the BSs in the second list could also be ranked as the following:
    • Global
    • United States.
    • Canada
    • Europe
    • Asia
    • Oceania
    • Latin America

We will address the average GRE score for all these scenarios.

After our in-depth investigation and audit of 61 different Business Schools, across five continents, we found surprising results. We do know thanks to our inquiry that almost all the BSs we have analyzed accept the GRE. However, only the minority of the schools clearly state the GRE score as a capstone in the admission process.
It is also relevant to notice how we took as reference the Full-time MBA program for every BS. of course, we do refer to it for the GRE average, but it might take for granted for all the programs under the "umbrella" Business School. This is because we do have several different programs: accountancy, strategic management, and so forth. However, the average for the GRE is always the same. The score changes if you do consider other programs or degrees such as in the field of humanity science, engineer, or else. Remember: the GRE General exam is NOT only used for the purpose object of this inquiry but several other fields of post-graduate programs: ARTS or Science grads.

Our investigation of the GRE average score of all BSs combined is the following:

1) First and foremost, what left us aghast is the University of Pennsylvania (Wharton): it seems the ONLY university on the planet that communicates the Mean GRE (Writing - AWA) as requisite for the acceptance: 4.8. Wharton Class Profile

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We scanned far and wide every corner of each MBA program in the list and we did not find any other clue or reference of the AWA score if any. We do not think that going further in the ranking, over the 25th position, we would find another pair of that.

2) As you can easily see from the graphs below, which covers the MBAs in five continents, the overall average is around 160 in both sections of the exam.

3) Several numbers of schools, as we said, do not clearly state the GRE average they think is suitable to show sufficient quantitative and/or qualitative skills for a rigorous MBA program. Later on, we will show you what to in case the GRE is not stated.

4) Australia (Oceania) and Latin America are the two areas where the GRE is almost inexistent. The BS does not take into account it as one of the key elements among the admission criteria. They use the GMAT or other exams to measure your critical reasoning skills, such as the PAEP Exam.

5) There is not an unanimous consensus among the Business Schools about the average GRE score. We did notice a discrepancy because even though most of the Schools refer to the GRE as average (arithmetic mean), there are as many Schools which refer to the GRE in terms of:

  • Average GRE score.
  • Range between 158-163.
  • Overall range of the GRE.
  • Combined GRE score = 310.
  • 80% percentile (see the INSEAD MBA program).
  • The Middle 80% which is NOT the 80th Percentile. See below for a brief explanation about this apparently weird concept.

See also the post Average GRE Scores for MBA


The methodology we have used for our in-depth investigation was pretty simple and straightforward yet very effective. When the first step failed to give us the information we wanted in terms of GRE average score or combined (quant + verbal) or else, we moved to the next step, going deeper into the matter.

1) We simply went to the website of the Business School to check the GRE average score out.
2) If nothing came up at a glance, we scanned the admission criteria.
3) If not, we analyzed the MBA class profile of every single school.
4) If not, we analyzed the FAQ the school provides for us. For instance, we did not find any clue at NYStern BS but the FAQ told us that, quote "We do not publish average GRE scores due to the short time we have been accepting the test. Please note we do not have a minimum GRE score needed to apply."
5) We sent over, also, several emails to ask precise information about the GRE score when the previous steps failed. Basically, they replied to refer to the tool ETS provides on the official website (see below)


At this stage of our investigation, we wondered what if the GRE score is not clearly stated on the website or the scenario is even fuzzier. The following steps you should follow are based on a simple: YES or NO question. If it is NO moving into the next step.

1) Check first and foremost on the ETS official website if the school accepts the GRE MBA Programs that Accept the GRE® General Test. If NOT


2) Refer to the GMAT score or range the school gives to you and then use the Official ETS tool that ETS provides on its website. This tool is very reliable and with a very close approximation of the GRE score, you do need once you do have the GMAT score as a reference. Notice how this tool is also suggested by a lot of Business School on their websites, such as Toronto ROTMAN BS and many other schools.

GRE® Comparison Tool for Business Schools

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3) Use the percentile to get the idea of the score you do need for your BS choice. it is important to underline how the numbers of the GRE average score could vary over the years. However, a competitive GRE score ALWAYS be in the 80% percentile of the range. Reasoning in terms of percentile you will never go wrong for a top-score because the GRE score, and the GMAT alike, is only ONE of the key elements for a winning application.

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Whilst most of the Business School refer to the 80% percentile of the score, which simply means that 80% of the test takers with your score is compared to, are below your score, some school refers to The Middle 80% which is NOT the 80th Percentile.

The concept above is well explained in this article of Introductory statistics https://introductorystats.wordpress.com ... ercentile/

Basically, when we are dealing with The Middle 80% that means you are in the 90% percentile.To find the middle 80%, you need to find the 90th percentile.


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1 - [Harvard University] 2 - [Insead] 3 - [London Business School] 4 - [Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)] 5 - [University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)]
6 - [Stanford University] 7 - [Cambridge Judge Business School - University of Cambridge] 8 - [The London School of Economics] 9 - [SDA Bocconi School of Management]
10 - [University of Oxford - Saïd Business School] 11 - [HEC Paris School of Management] 12 - [Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley] 13 - [NUS Business School]
14 - [Kellogg School of Management | Northwestern University] 15 - [CBS - Copenhagen Business School] 16 - [HKUST Business School] 17 - [The University of Chicago Booth School of Business]
18 - [Columbia Business School] 19 - [Warwick Business School | WBS |] 20 - [[Melbourne Business School] 21 - [Rotterdam School of Management, Erasmus University]
22 - [NYU Stern School of Business] 23 - [Ross School of Business, University of Michigan] 24 - [Yale School of Management] 25 - [ESADE - Business School]


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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - GLOBAL



1 - [University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)] 2 - [Stanford University] 3 - [Insead] 4 - [Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)] 5 - [Harvard University]
6 - [London Business School] 7 - [HEC Paris School of Management] 8 - [The University of Chicago Booth School of Business] 9 - [Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley]
10 - [Kellogg School of Management | Northwestern University] 11 - [Columbia Business School] 12 - [IESE Business School] 13 - [UCLA Anderson] 14 - [IE Business School]
15 - [Cambridge Judge Business School - University of Cambridge] 16 - [University of Oxford - Saïd Business School] 17 - [ESADE - Business School] 18 - [Yale School of Management]
19 - [Duke Fuqua] 20 - [Imperial College] 21 - [Ross School of Business, University of Michigan] 22 - [NYU Stern School of Business] 23 - [SDA Bocconi School of Management] 24 - [IMD] 25 - [CEIBS]


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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - UNITED STATES


1 - [University of Pennsylvania (Wharton)] 2 - [Stanford University] 3 - [Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan)] 4 - [Harvard University] 5 - [The University of Chicago Booth School of Business]
6 - [Haas School of Business, University of California Berkeley] 7 - [Kellogg School of Management | Northwestern University] 8 - [Columbia Business School] 9 - [UCLA Anderson] 10 - [Yale School of Management] 11 - [Duke Fuqua] 12 - [Ross School of Business, University of Michigan] 13 - [NYU Stern School of Business] 14 - [USCMarshall] 15 - [Boston - Questrom] 16 - [Indiana - Kelley]
17 - [Cornell - Johnson] 18 - [Texas - McCombs] 19 - [Carneige Mellon - Tepper] 20 - [Dartmouth - Tuck] 21 - [McDonough School of Business] 22 - [Emory - Goizueta] 23 - [ Michigan State - Eli Broad]
24 - [Virginia - Darden] 25 - [North Carolina - Kenan Flagler]


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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - CANADA

1 - [Toronto - Rotman] 2 - [McGill - Desautels] 3 - [Western - Ivey] 4 - [Queen's University - Smith] 5 - [Schulich School of Business] 6 - [Alberta School of Business] 7 - [UBC School of business - Sauder]
8 - [Concordia - John Molson] 9 - [HEC - Montreal] 10 - [Sain Mary's - Sobey] 11 - [McMaster - DeGroote] 12 - [Dalhousie - Rowe] 13 - [University of Ottawa - Telfer] 14 - [SFU Beedie School of Business]
15 - [Lazaridis - School of Business] 16 - [Edwards School of Business] 17 - [University of Victoria - Gustavson School of Business] 18 - [University of Manitoba - Asper]




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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - EUROPE


1 - [Insead] 2 - [London Business School] 3 - [HEC Paris School of Management] 4 - [IESE Business School] 5 - [IE Business School] 6 - [Cambridge Judge Business School - University of Cambridge]
7 - [University of Oxford - Saïd Business School] 8 - [ESADE - Business School] 9 - [Imperial College] 10 - [SDA Bocconi School of Management] 11 - [IMD] 12 - [CBS - Copenhagen Business School]
13 - [Rotterdam School of Management - Erasmus University] 14 - [ESSEC Shool of Business] 15 - [Warwick Business School - WBS] 16 - [Mannheim Business School] 17 - [Frankfurt School]
18 - [Edhec Business School] 19 - [University of St. Gallen] 20 - [Alliance Manchester BS] 21 - [Cranfield School of Management] 22 - [Vlerick BS]
23 - [Otto Beinsheim School of Business - Whu] 24 - [Durham Business School] 25 - [University of Edinburgh Business School]




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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - ASIA



1 - [Insead] 2 - [CEIBS] 3 - [ESSEC Shool of Business] 4 - [NUS Business School] 5 - [The University of Hong Kong] 6 - [IIMB - Ahmedabad] 7 - [Nanyang NTU]
8 - [HKUST Business School] 9 - [CUHK - Business School] 10 - [ANTAI College] 11 - [Indian School of Business] 12 - [City University HK] 13 - [SKK GSB] 14 - [Yonsey University]
15 - [Waseda Business School] 16 - [SP Jain] 17 - [NUCB Business School] 18 - [Almaty Management University] 19 - [International University of Japan] 19 - [Sun Yat-Sen University]
20 - [Suleman Dawood BS] 21 - [Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University] 22 - [Doshisha Business School]


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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - AUSTRALIA


1 - [Melbourne BS] 2 - [UNSW BS - AGSM] 3 - [Monash] 4 - [The University of Queensland] 5 - [MGSM Macquarie BS] 6 - [The University of Western Australia] 7 - [ANU College of Business]
8 - [Deaking University] 9 - [Sydney BS, University of Wollongong] 10 - [The University of Otago] 11 - [RMIT University] 12 - [La Trobe University] 13 - [Bond University] 14 - [Victoria University]



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GRE average score at Top 25 MBA Programs - Latin America


1 - [EGADE - BS] 2 - [INCAE - BS] 3 - [ESAN - BS] 4 - [IPADE - BS] 5 - [Universidad de Palermo] 6 - [UChile] 7 - [IAE - BS] 8 - [CENTRUM Catolica - BS] 9 - [EAFIT] 10 - [FIA - BS]


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GRE Score Accepted By Business Schools - COMBINED



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As you can see from the pie above we do have a clear picture of the 60 (sixty) BSs that accept AND disclose the GRE score for a Full-Time MBA program. Notice the relevant considerations


  • The BS that NOT disclose the test but accept it are the majority
  • Basically, the average score for both the sections of the test is 160, which is also consistent with the following point
  • INSEAD and HEC Paris BS play safe going for the percentile - 85% and 65% respectively - of the test. In the section of this guide: What does the GRE score mean we will address very well on why the chose percentile over a numbered score
  • Notice also that 36 BS DO NOT Accept the GRE. See where the value is ZERO. However, this statistic should not be taken with concern from the students. In large part, the BSs that do not accept the score are at the periphery of the big MBA circle, which is basically in the three main areas of the globe: US, Canada, and Europe.
  • What is really astonishing is that among 60 BSs in fice continents ONLY on School - Wharton - give indication clearly of the AWA score. This could be an interesting argument on which making a reflection








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