GMAT 2017 NEWS
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GMAT scores referred to as a number out of 800, you will actually receive 5 scores on the GMAT.
|overall score||200 to 800|
|Math Section||0 to 60|
|Verbal Section||0 to 60|
|Integrated Reasoning Section||1 to 8|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||0 to 6|
About 10% of students get a total score more than 700 out of 800. The median GMAT score, of students who get admission in top schools like ISB and Wharton, is about 720, and only 5% of the test takers manage to get that score.
GMAT Score Card Validity-
GMAT scores are valid for 5 years. It means that every time you take the GMAT, your record will show that score for the next 5 years. Many people take the GMAT more than once, so do not be afraid to re-sit the test to try and improve your score, but be aware that if you keep re-taking the test, business schools will see all of your scores from the last 5 years.
Average GMAT score-
The average score among all GMAT test-takers worldwide is approximately 540. However, the average GMAT scores of students at the top business schools– such as Columbia, Wharton, Kellogg, INSEAD, LBS and IMD are much higher than this.
Comparative table of scaled score to percentile-
|Scaled Score||Percentile||Scaled Score||Percentile|
|GMAT Section||Score range||25%||50%||75%||90%|
|Total Scaled Score||200-800||470||570||650||710|