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Let’s take a look at who comprises the 2014 incoming class at Harvard Business School (from the HBS site):

• Percent admitted: 12%
• Percent of women: 41%
• Percent of international applicants: 35%
• Median GMAT: 730
• Complete GMAT range (lowest and highest scores): 580-790 (note that there were no perfect scores)
• Percent from STEM fields: 39%
• Top 4 pre-MBA professions:

Industry - % of Students
Consulting - 18%
Venture capital/private equity - 17%
Financial services - 14%
High tech/communications - 13%

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