GMAT Percentiles 2018

Understanding the 2018 GMAT Percentiles

The GMAT is becoming more and more competitive. Since percentiles are a reflection of how well you scored compared to your peer group of test-takers we can see on the chart below that in 2018 a 700 on the GMAT was not enough for you to be in the top 10% of test-takers.

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 GMAT Percentile Chart 2018

760-800 99 520 37
750 98 510 35
740 97 500 32
730 96 490 30
720 94 480 27
710 92 470 25
700 89 460 22
690 87 450 20
680 85 440 18
670 83 430 17
660 80 420 15
650 77 410 14
640 73 400 12
630 71 390 11
620 68 380 10
610 65 370 9
600 62 360 8
590 58 340-350 6
580 55 330 5
570 52 310-320 4
560 49 280-300 3
550 46 250-270 2
540 43 220-240 1
530 39 200-210 0

 

Top business schools seem to place more and more emphasis on these scores as they compete to report the highest GMAT averages. The first thing you should do if you want to take the GMAT is understand How The GMAT is Scored.

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