GMAT Score Percentile

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Question : Give me the detailed information related to the GMAT Score Percentile?

I am uploading a file, from where you can download the GMAT Score Percentile detailed information, the PDF contains the following info:

Percentile Rankings
Integrated Reasoning Percentiles
Integrated Reasoning Percentile Table
Percentile Rankings for Quantitative, Verbal, AWA, and Total Scores

GMAT Score Percentile


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Is GMAT is required for admission in Indian School of Business?

The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council

You have to take the GMAT and submit your score before sending in the application for admission in Indian School of Business.

Currently a GMAT score is valid for 5 years.

GMAT Score for ISB Hyderabad

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Tell me about the GMAT Score for ISB Hyderabad…


The GMAT Score for ISB Hyderabad range is 640- 760.More or we can say that the 2 years of experience and 730+ score can arrange interview call….
If you want to know more about it then contact to the address given below:

Admissions Office
Indian School of Business
Hyderabad-500 032
Ph: +91 40 2318 7474/7484/7494
Fax: +91 40 2300 7099

GMAT Score for ISB

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The GMAT score is a must for admission to the ISB mba. You must enclose the test center score with the application and make sure that the school receives the official score from the ETS within three weeks. The score is valid for 5 years. In case of more than one GMAT score your highest valid score is considered. The school does not consider the CAT score and in exceptional cases candidates without work experience are admitted. Part-time work is not considered as experience. The fee of the course is INR 15,00,000 per annum. Living, books, Laptop charges of INR 2,63, 000 per annum are charged extra.

GMAT Score for Harvard

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Question: Give me average GMAT score for admission in Harvard University?

Ans: You want to know average GMAT Score at Harvard University so for admission at there average GMAT Score is 708. Here I am also providing you Average GMAT score of some top university:

Dartmouth College (Tuck) 696
Northwestern (Kellogg) 703
Yale University 703
University of California—Los Angeles (Anderson) 701
New York University (Stern) 700
Columbia University (NY) 709
MIT (Sloan) 710
Harvard University 708
University of Virginia (Darden) 678
Berkeley (Haas) 700
University of Southern California (Marshall) 688
Duke University (Fuqua) 703
Michigan 672
Emory University (Goizueta) 676
Cornell University (Johnson) 678
Carnegie Mellon University 680
University of Chicago 690
University of Michigan 692
U-PENN (Wharton) 713
Ohio State University (Fisher) 665
Stanford University 713

Score Calculator for GMAT

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Give me list of Average GMAT Scores at Business Schools.

The score details are as followings.

1. Quantitative Score- Scale Range is 0 to 60
2. Verbal Score- Scale Range is 0 to 60
3. Integrated Reasoning Score- Scale Range is 1 to 8
4. Analytical Writing Assessment Score- Scale Range is 0 to 6
5. Total Scaled Score- Scale Range is 200 to 800

I am also providing you Average GMAT Scores at Business Schools:-

Business School Gmat Score GPA
Harvard U 730 4.0
Stanford U 730 4.0
MIT 720 3.6
Yale U. 720 3.5
U. of California
at Berkeley 710 3.6
U. of California at
Los Angeles 710 3.5
U. of Pennsylvania 720 3.6
Northwestern U 720 3.6
Columbia U 712 3.5
New York U 710 3.4
Duke U 700 3.5
Dartmouth College 720 3.5
U. of Chicago 720 3.6
U. of Michigan 710 3.4
Brigham Young U 680 3.6
U. of Virginia 700 3.4
U. of California at Davis 700 3.3
Emory U 680 3.3
U. of California at Irvine 680 3.6
U. of Notre Dame 700 3.4
Carnegie Mellon U 700 3.2
Cornell U 700 3.3
U. of Washington 680 3.4
Ohio State U 680 3.4
Arizona State U 680 3.3
U. of Southern California 690 3.4
U. of Arizona 601 3.4
U. of Illinois 650 3.4
U. of Texas at Austin 690 3.5
U. of Connecticut 620 3.5
U. of Maryland 670 3.3
U. of Wisconsin 680 3.0
Georgia Institute of
Technology 680 3.3
Purdue U 660 3.5
Georgetown U 685 3.4

Calculation of GMAT Score

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Question : Please provide me the calculator for calculation of GMAT Score?

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is conducted by Graduate Admission Management Council (GAMC), The candidates can get admission in many Post Graduate Management Courses in different foreign institutes.

I am forwarding a link from where you can get the calculator for calculation of GMAT Score.
The link is:

By going on above link it’ll display a page that looks same as the snap shot given below, on that link first of all enter all required info & then click on calculate.

GMAT Score 800

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Question: Provide me GMAT Calculator.

Answer: You are looking for GMAT Calculator so there is no any official site for GMAT Calculator but it is available on many other site where you can take tentative idea about GMAT Score.

GMAT Score

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The average GMAT score worldwide is 570. There is no “acceptable” or “minimum” score. What score you should obtain depends on which school you are going to apply to. Generally, the higher the school ranks, the higher score you must obtain. For the top 50 programs, the averaged GMAT score is 660. Things could be different if you are not so particular about applying to the ranked MBA programs. The GMAT could be one of the most important factors for admission. If you have a score that is much higher than the average GMAT score indicated by the university, your chances of admission are really good as long as you fulfill the basic requirements.

GMAT Sample Test

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Give me some GMAT Sample Questions?

You want GMAT Sample Questions so I have it and here I am sharing it with you:

Who introduced the time management categorization scheme for categorizing the hundreds of approaches that were used for time management?

Stephen R. Covey
Albert Einstein
Graham Bell
Isaac Newton
None of the above

Correct answer: a

The fourth generation time management approaches were based on which of the following principle?

Alarm clocks
Computers and PDA based systems
Appointment books and personal organizers
Importance over urgency
All of the above

Correct answer: d

Which of the following scheme used watch and clock based reminders for time management?

First generation
Second generation
Third generation
Fourth generation
Fifth generation

Correct answer: a

Fill in the blank by choosing the most appropriate option of the following choices.

Time management does not necessarily mean that you should do _____________?

less work in less time
less work in more time
more work in less time
more work in more time
none of the above

Correct answer: c

What are the qualities required in order to master the art of time management?

Both a and b
Both b and c

Correct answer: d

If you drink beyond the permissible limits then your health benefits are lost and your health risks go up.

The statement above logically conveys which of the following?

Consuming more alcohol will be more beneficial for your health
Your health benefits will be lost increasing your health risks if you drink more than the recommended quantity
You can drink more than the allowed quantity and get more health benefits
If you drink more you will get more health benefits and reduce the risks of harming your health
You should not consume more alcoholic beverages because it will not be very beneficial

Correct answer: b

The non-alcoholic contents of wine, such as flavanoids and resveratrol, serve as antioxidants that prevent the “free radicals” or the special type of molecules from damaging the vital body cells.

The statement above would be weakened if it were true that

The non-alcoholic contents of wine such as flavanoids and resveratrol do not act as anti-oxidants
Flavanoids and resveratrol function as anti-oxidants and thus benefit the body
Special type of molecules known as “free radicals” damage the cells in the body
Wine also contains non-alcoholic chemicals along with the alcoholic chemicals
Wine is very harmful if consumed in excess

Correct answer: a

Severe smoking can significantly damage the natural capability of the blood vessels to contract and relax.

From which of the following can the statement above be most properly inferred?

There are very harmful effects of severe smoking
You should not smoke at all if you do not want to damage your blood vessels
Our blood vessels have a natural capability to contract and relax which can damaged to a great extent if you smoke at a high level
In order to prevent any damage to your blood vessels and their natural ability, you should stop acute smoking
The blood vessels have a natural ability to contract and relax

Correct answer: c

The geographic origin of the grapes as well as its type and its way of processing play an important role in deciding the nutritional value and the amount of antioxidants in it.

The statement above logically conveys which of the following?

The nutritional value and the antioxidant content of the grapes cannot be determined by its geographic origin
You should consider number of factors in order to find out the quality of the grapes
The quality and the anti-oxidant content of the grapes is decided not only by its geographic origin, but also to which type it belongs and how it is processed
You should eat only well processed grapes because these grapes are rich in anti-oxidants
There are a number of factors that decide the quality and the content of the anti-oxidants in the grapes

Correct answer: c

Some scientific researches have proposed that though the content of anti-oxidants in the whole grapes is same as that of grape juice and red wine, they provide the body with additional dietary fibre.

From which of the following can the statement above be most properly inferred?

The whole grapes deliver the same amount of antioxidants that are in grape juice and wine
Consumption of whole grapes have the added benefit of providing the body with dietary fiber
You should always prefer whole grapes over grape juice and red wine because whole grapes not only provide with the same amount of anti-oxidants just as the red wine and the grape juice does, but also provide us with dietary fibre
Unlike the whole grapes, red wine and grape juice cannot provide the dietary fibre
The whole grapes are more superior than red wine and grape juice because of the additional dietary fibre that it provides to the body

Correct answer: c

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