With the GRE becoming more widely accepted at top MBA programs throughout the US, more MBA applicants see it as a viable business school admission test. In fact, Kaplan’s 2015 admissions officers survey found that 90% of business schools across the US and Great Britain now accept both the GRE and the GMAT. Admissions trends are showing that business schools are looking for applicants with more than just a business background, and that means that the GMAT is not the only test in the game anymore. Since the GMAT and the GRE are completely different tests, comparing scores on the two is like comparing apples to oranges. This online calculator can help you convert your GRE score to a GMAT score.
The GMAT is pretty much accepted universally at all business schools. However, admissions committees have come to realize that applicants may also be applying to other non-business graduate schools that require the GRE and do not accept the GMAT. While the GMAT is designed specifically for MBA applicants, the GRE is a test that can gain students admittance to graduate programs across almost all subjects, including the MBA. However, these days, a great number of international business schools will accept both tests. Since April 2020, the GMAT can be taken online from home for a limited time – read more about it here.
To use the GRE-GMAT conversion calculator below, simply input your GRE scores on the left to get the conversion to GMAT score on the right.
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Look at the tables below to figure out the precentile of your GRE score. The GRE precentile can also help you compare your GRE score to a GMAT score required for MBA admission.
Quantitative Score Percentiles
Verbel Score Percentiles