Aringo helps candidates with GMAT scores below 720 get into the top-10 MBA programs.
Aringo's roots were planted when our founder, Gil Levi, was accepted at Harvard, Wharton and INSEAD with a GMAT score of 650.
Gil received a full, merit-based scholarship at Wharton upon admission and later became a member of the Wharton Admission Committee. He formed Aringo's methodology on the basis of the essay-writing tools that he originally developed as an applicant.
The results followed: Aringo’s clients were accepted at Harvard (MBA) with GMAT scores of 580, 660 and 670; at Wharton with GMAT scores of 640, 660 and 670; at Duke with GMAT scores of 600 and 640; at INSEAD with GMAT scores of 630, 640 and 650; at MIT with GMAT scores of 660 and 680; at LBS with GMAT scores of 630, 650 and 660; at Kellogg with GMAT scores of 640 and 680, and many more…
Since its inception, Aringo has invested heavily in research (over 3,000 man hours and counting…). Following this heavy investment in research, Aringo clients have access to Aringo’s Admission Driver System for application content planning, its Tracker System for tracking document versions, and the Planner System for task scheduling.
In addition, Aringo consultants have live access to the documents that all other consultants are working on. For example, when an Aringo consultant works on a certain client essay, he or she can view how other consultants approached this essay - a fairly unique tool among admission consulting firms.
Aringo employs a round table strategy, with each consultant
collecting expert opinions at the critical decision points
throughout the application process. We also conduct internal reviews
of candidates' materials by additional consultants (and at no
additional cost) in order to provide a fresh perspective and make
sure each of our client's materials are at their best. The
collaboration within Aringo's team, which includes former admission
committee members as well as experienced consultants with marketing
writing skills, contributes to the success of our clients'
For an initial assessment of your admission chances, fill out the Chances Assessment Form.
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