Highest Average GMAT
GMAC has released the global results from the 2014 GMAT. If you want to take a look at the official GMAC report, here is a link to download it. I went ahead and crunched the numbers, but before I unveil the winner, can you guess which country had the highest average GMAT score? Let us know your pick in the comments below.
2014’s winner is New Zealand with an impressive average score of 608! I will be honest, New Zealand was not my first pick, but I have to give the Kiwis credit where credit is due. Other than New Zealand, the only countries that can boast an average score above the 600 mark are Australia which received an average score of 605 and Singapore with an average score of 603.
On the opposite end of the spectrum, the lowest average GMAT scores belong to Sierra Leone with 317, the Republic of Congo with 314, and Saudi Arabia with 307.
Personally, Germany was my pick to come out on top. While I was wrong with my pick, Germany put forth a respectable showing with an average score of 574. Across the Atlantic, the United States received an average score of 537, coming out behind their neighbors to the north, Canada, with an average score of 564.
Still, if the roughly 3,000 year success of the Olympic Games teaches us anything it is that a little global competition can be fun. This year, your scores will be used to determine which country can claim the title of “country with the highest average GMAT score” for 2015. So, study hard and do your country proud!