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# RISE Of The GRE - Average GRE Scores At The Top Business Schools!

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RISE Of The GRE - Average GRE Scores At The Top Business Schools! [#permalink]
Thanks MBAPrepCoach and Narenn
Indeed, every B-school in the US accepts the GRE. Some schools like TAMU and Questrom have a major portion of their incoming class with the GRE and not the GMAT.
Also, I have updated the article with the source.
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Where does someone fall with 170 quant and 154 verbal?
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KomalSg wrote:
Where does someone fall with 170 quant and 154 verbal?

Hi, Congratulation on a fabulous GRE score.
Based on the GRE-GMAT conversion tool, Your score is equivalent to 710 on the GMAT.

Congrats again!
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Great post Stone. Kudos to you for constantly providing valuable information to the community.
Its great that you have collated the information of the average GRE score for the US universities, but it would be much more helpful if you expand the table for Non-US universities.
Also that these scores corresponds to the actual GRE score accepted by the universities or the conversion of GMAT equivalent.
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Great post Stone. Kudos to you for constantly providing valuable information to the community.
Its great that you have collated the information of the average GRE score for the US universities, but it would be much more helpful if you expand the table for Non-US universities.
Also that these scores corresponds to the actual GRE score accepted by the universities or the conversion of GMAT equivalent.

Hi,
Thank for the comment. Appreciate it.
After your PM, I did try to dig out the GRE numbers for the Top B-schools outside the US. Unfortunately, the schools outside the US DO NOT report the GRE scores(that is if they take them at all) to any external agency (like FT/US News etc.). The best way for anyone to know about the average GRE ranges for schools outside the US is to email their respective graduate business department. I don't think they will tell you the exact average GRE score but they will rather give you a range to work with.

To all the future readers- The numbers above are from 2017 and I am looking into the latest 2018 numbers. One thing is for sure - The new numbers are BIGGER and BETTER than previous years(they will be posted soon). GRE is here and it is here to stay. A great of people this year took the GRE and got into Top-B schools (with scholarships!)
So, if you are starting out your standardised test preparation- Give a practise test for both the GRE and the GMAT. I have seen that some people excel at the GMAT and others at the GRE. Analyse your practise test and see which one you like and will probably excel at.

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