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I have masters and bachelors degrees, but i don't imagine how best to calculate GPA for my GMAT test. Should I take only masters?

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Not sure why you need your GPA for GMAT but the relevant numbers are what you share for the school's you are applying to. In the application list out both GPAs in the relevant sections and you should be all set. If you must list out a GPA for the GMAT use the undergrad number.

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Hi bnkrua,

That part of the "GMAT form" does not have to be super-accurate; it's just a 'data point' and allows someone taking a quick scan of your Score Report to have a general idea of your undergraduate GPA. When you apply to Grad/Business School, your Official Transcripts are what the Admissions Officers will look at. So to answer your question, you should probably put whichever average is more impressive.

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