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Characteristics of the Entering Class
Approximately 85% of the Fall 2019 entering class had relevant practical experience in the form of internships or jobs related to finance.
Approximately 96% of the Fall 2019 entering class submitted GRE scores, and approximately 7% submitted GMAT scores (implying that about 3% submitted both). Test scores are now optional, but still, approximately 87% of the Fall 2021 entering class submitted GRE scores.
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A Quantitative GRE Score of 170 is the maximum possible. According to the GRE Guide to the Use of Scores 2017–2018, a Verbal GRE Score of 160 is at the 76th percentile, and an Analytical Writing GRE Score of 4.0 is at the 60th percentile, among all individuals who took the test between July 1, 2013, and June 30, 2016. This means that 76 percent of all test takers had verbal scores below 160, and 60 percent had analytical writing scores below 4.0.
In interpreting these numbers, be aware that the majority of our students are citizens of non-English speaking countries.
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The next table shows average and median undergraduate GPA (for entering students who have been graded on a scale that is compatible with the American one).
The next table shows the composition of the entering class by sex.
Finally, diversity by institution where our 125 September 2021 entering students got their first degree. They came from 79 different universities. These universities sent us on average just 1-2 students each. No university sent us more than four students. Here are the seven universities that sent us four students each:
- Nankai University
- New York University
- Ohio State University
- Peking University
- Pennsylvania State University
- University of Rochester
- Wuhan University
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