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The most coveted B-schools
10/9/2008


PR recently came out with the B-schools that are toughest to get into. Of course, GMAT scores were a part of the equation.

From the toughest one down, the schools were:

   HBS

   Columbia GSB

   UC Berkeley Haas

   UPenn Wharton
   
   MIT Sloan
       
   Yale SOM
       
   NYU Stern
       
   Michigan Ross
       
   Dartmouth Tuck

We were surprised at some of the schools in the list. Even though the list has some of the schools you would expect, there are obvious shortcomings, the most glaring one being the fact that the list is hardly international.

Is Tuck really that much more difficult to get into than the Columbia GSB? Some of our past students disagree.

Read more here.
 
 










 
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