ARINGO’s Admission Chances Calculator is a unique odds estimation and MBA-matching algorithm that predicts your chances of admission for a large number of top MBA programs, based on a more extensive number of factors than other MBA predictors. Using the Chances Calculator is free and no registration is required.
If you have two BA degrees (or a dual degree) and only one is with distinction, use the level that is exactly in-between. If there is no level exactly in-between, use the higher level. For example, if your GPA from one degree GPA is 2.9 and the other degree is 3.3, score it as a 3.0-3.19. If one degree is 3.2 and the other degree is Magna Cum Laude, score is as a Cum Laude.
If at the time of applying you have not yet received all grades from your BA/BS degree:
If you expect to have all of your grades by the MBA start date, subtract one point. However, you should contact each of the MBA programs and explain your situation and evaluate their responses. (At Aringo we have consultants who specialize in applying to business school immediately after your undergraduate studies. Contact us today to get help with your MBA applications.)
If you do not expect to complete your degree by the MBA start date: contact each of the MBA programs, explain your situation and see if you are eligible to apply.
The change in GMAT prefix from 690 to 700 (from 6 to 7) has a significant impact.
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Promotion definition: a situation in which a title listed on your resume is more senior than the previous title listed on the resume AND in both positions you worked for the same organization (OR worked for an organization of similar size in the same industry).
You may include military promotions.
If all your promotions are in the same industry, choose “same“. If your promotions are in two different industries, choose “different“.
50 hours of volunteer work in the year prior to application submission: -0.5
10 hours per year in the past 3 years (over the age of 18): -0.5
30 hours of volunteer work in the past year (over the age of 18): 0
30 hours per year in the past 3 years (over the age of 18): 0.5
60 hours per year in the past 3 years (over 18): 0.5
300 hours per year in the past 3 years (over 18): 1.7
30 hours per year in the past 6 years (over 18): 1.7
, reduce your points by 75%.
Note, some of the points in the below table may be politically incorrect, but they can help you achieve a truer understanding of your admission chances.
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Scoring Legend: MBA Chances Calculator
The gap between your score and the number of points assigned to each school (see "School Points" below) determines the likelihood of your admission:
-7 or less = Stretch
-5 / -6 = Closer to being a Stretch than to being Competitive
-4 = Between Competitive and Stretch -3 = Closer to being Competitive than to being a Stretch
-1 / -2 = Competitive 0 = Competitive with potential for a significant scholarship
+1 = Competitive/Strong with potential for a significant scholarship
+2 or greater = Strong with potential for a significant scholarship
Please note that this MBA Chances Calculator provides a rough estimate only. It does not guarantee actual outcomes.
Do you need more points to be a strong candidate for your top-choice program? Aringo can help you get there.
Contact us and find out how you can strengthen your application.
Admission Chances Terminology
The admission committee will hesitate before making a decision. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 50%. The result will be greatly influenced by:
a. Profiles of other applicants in the same round, and
b. The identity (and mood!) of the admission committee members reviewing the application.
Strong with potential for a significant scholarship:
There is a good chance that you will be accepted, possibly with a significant scholarship. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 75-80%.
Candidates with similar profiles rarely get accepted to this program. Estimated admission chances are somewhere around 10%.
Not all MBA programs are included in the calculator. If you represent a business school and see that we do not offer predictions for your school, contact ARINGO in order to start the procedure of adding your school to our calculator.
While ARINGO’s Admission Chances Calculator takes a large number of factors into account for probability calculations, it cannot and does not guarantee actual outcomes for applicants, as a large part of the admissions process is dependent on the candidate themselves, their application and multiple other factors.