GMAT Cutoff 2021

Update by: on Jan. 15, 2021, 6:04 p.m.

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GMAT Cut-Off

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a Computerized Adaptive Test (CAT) conducted every year for the aspirants of management studies in India. More than 100 business institutions in India such as Amity School of BusinessS.P Jain Institute of Management and ResearchIIM, Indore, etc. accept the qualifying marks of GMAT. Various foreign universities such as Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)University of Leeds, UKHarvard University, to name a few, also base their admission to management programmes on GMAT scores.

GMAT Cut-Off is the minimum marks that candidates must score in order to take admission in top-ranked B-Schools. Every participating institution has set a level of minimum marks that must be scored by the candidates coming for admission.

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The cut-off for GMAT is released after the declaration of the GMAT Results. The admission process will include the selection process other than the GMAT score, past academic records along with a professional qualification. Candidates’ performance in the interview, MBA Essays and the letter of recommendation also affect the scope of admission in a reputed B-School of India or abroad. Therefore, candidates appearing for GMAT are advised to work hard for it as the level of competition is very high. Candidates can plan their GMAT preparation and start preparing for this tough competitive examination.

GMAT COVID-19 Update

GMAT 2021 is also being conducted in online mode and appointments are available around the clock in view of the COVID-19 pandemic. Institutions across the world are shifting to the online mode of education.

Factors Determining GMAT Cut-Off

The usual bracket of Institutional Cut-Off ranges above 650 for both national and international colleges. The cut-off marks determined by an institution resides on various factors. These factors are calculated and collaborated to finalize the cut-off marks for the candidates. Keeping these determining factors in mind candidates must strive harder to crack the examination so that they may get enlisted in the cut-off list. Following are the factors determining GMAT Cut-Off :

  • Total number of candidates appearing for GMAT

  • Total number of seats available

  • The difficulty level of the examination

  • Total number of candidates qualifying the GMAT

GMAT Cut-Off Marks for International B-Schools

Management Institutions

GMAT Score

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Massachusetts


The University of California, Berkeley (UCB)


Harvard University, Massachusetts


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver


The University of Western Ontario, Ontario


University of Toronto


National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore


Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)


London Business School, London


University of Oxford, England


The University of Melbourne (UM), Melbourne


The University of Sydney (TUS), Sydney


The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)


Note: The cut-off marks are tentative and based on the previous years’ GMAT Cut-Offs.

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