GMAT is a computer adaptive test that evaluates the candidate on the basis of logical reasoning, analytical writing, quantitative and verbal and reading skills. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) conducts this exam every year to choose the brightest minds required in the global business scenario. GMAT is considered as the most significant examination for admission to all MBA programs across the globe. It not only tests your skill based on GMAT Syllabus but also the mental adaptation to each and every problem.
GMAT Score is also the front door entry to other management programs like for Master in Management programs, Master's programs in business analytics, information systems, or technology management.
Since this acts as a gateway to many of the top Universities, candidates come across competition like no other examination. So for admission to top Universities abroad, average cut off ranges from 650 to 750. For example, the average GMAT score for admission in The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology is 770, Stanford University is 740 and for Harvard University, the GMAT cut off Score is 730.