What GMAT score do I need for Stanford MBA?

Asked by Asheema Nagar 5 months ago

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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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Firstly, Congrats for choosing the right University for pursuing your MBA.

I often advise students on the GMAT score requirements for top MBA programs like Stanford. 

While for Stanford MBA GMAT doesn't have a specific cutoff scores, successful applicants typically achieve scores in the range of 730 to 740. 

However, it's essential to understand that the admissions process is holistic, and Stanford considers various aspects of your application, including your academic background, professional experience, leadership potential, and personal qualities. 

Therefore, while aiming for a competitive GMAT score, applicants must focus on presenting a well-rounded application that highlights their unique strengths and experiences.

 


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Prateeksha  Manral

Prateeksha Manral

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Would you be thinking about the GMAT for Stanford? It’s a bit of a puzzle, but here’s the deal: aim for above 700 to stand out. That said, Stanford looks at everything - your experience, your essays, and what makes you unique. So, a great GMAT score helps, but don’t forget to show them who you really are and what you bring to the table. 

Good luck, and I’m here to help if you need it!

 


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Sarma Bhujbal

Sarma Bhujbal

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Dreaming of studying in Stanford? That's fantastic, and I'm here to help you understand what you're aiming for, especially regarding the GMAT score. 

Generally, Stanford's average GMAT scores for their incoming class hover around 730. But, here's the insider tip: don’t get too fixated on just the numbers. Stanford values diverse perspectives and holistic achievements. Your essays, recommendations, and overall profile play a massive role in your application. 

Aiming for 730+ is a good strategy, but pairing it with a strong, well-rounded application is key. Let’s make your application stand out together!


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Nitin Chauhan

Nitin Chauhan

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Thinking about getting into Stanford's MBA program? Great! Let's talk about the GMAT score you might need.

Stanford doesn't say there's a lowest score you must have, but getting a higher score helps. Most students getting into Stanford have scores around 740, but it’s not just about the score. They also look at your work, what you’ve done, and what you plan to do. So, even if your score isn’t super high, you could still get in if the rest of your application is strong.

What's important is trying your best on the GMAT, but also making sure you tell your story well in your application. Talk about your goals, what you've achieved, and how you see your future. Stanford wants to see the whole picture, not just a test score.

If you're not happy with your GMAT score, you can always take it again. But remember, it’s not all about the score. It’s about showing Stanford who you are and what makes you different.

Good luck! Getting into Stanford is about showing your best, both on the test and in your application.


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