Fall 2012: Highest GMAT Scores taken as Average by B Schools

There is a lot of perplexity regarding the GMAT scores accepted at various B Schools.  While Clark Atlanta University accepted the students with an average score as low as 400 for the fall 2012, below is the list of Business Schools who accepted students from all over the world with highest averages.

Before making any inferences from the list, be mindful of the fact that these B Schools give substantial acknowledgement to the overall profile of the candidate else than the GMAT scores.

S. No. B School Name Average Score (fall 2012)
1 Stanford University 729
2 Harvard University 724
3 New York University 720
4 University of Chicago (Booth) 720
5 University of Pennsylvania (Wharton) 718
6 Dartmouth College 717
7 Yale University 717
8 Columbia University 715
9 University of California—Berkeley (Haas) 715
10 Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 710

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