Full-Time MBA Predictor

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The Full-Time MBA Predictor is located below and calculates your admissions chances at over 140 full-time MBA programs in the United States of America. If you’re in a rush to get your predictions, it’s okay to skip reading the text below, although reading the material will be instructive.

The Predictor is free and no registration is required. Your GMAT score, undergraduate GPA, undergraduate institution prestige, months of work experience, and quality of work experience that you enter into the Predictor are not stored on our servers.

If you only have a GRE score, some business schools allow you to apply with a GRE score in lieu of a GMAT score. You can convert your GRE score to a GMAT score via the ETS website. You will need to have Adobe Flash installed on your device and browser for the converter to work. MBA Predictor and Real World Machine LLC are not affiliated with ETS.

Please note that Predictor is still in beta release at this time, and adjustments to the prediction algorithms will be made in the upcoming months. If you are a business school official and predictions are not available for your business school, please contact us, and we can work together on adding your business school to our prediction engine. Please note that business school officials must obtain a term-limited professional license from Real World Machine LLC to access and use MBA Predictor per our Terms of Use.

The Predictor work by taking into account your information and full-time admissions data of matriculated applicants at each business school, including the acceptance rate, average / 10% / 90% undergraduate GPA, average / 10% / 90% GMAT scores, and average number of months of work experience.

“USNWR” stands for “U.S. News & World Report” (which is not affiliated with Real World Machine LLC). School are organized by their USNWR ranking. Hyperlinks for the school name link to each school’s admissions page or main business school page. Data is current from the 2009-10 admissions cycle.

Not interested in business school or exploring other options? Check out Law School Predictor and Med School Predictor. Otherwise, scroll down to obtain your business school admissions predictions.

Remember: MBA Predictor cannot and does not guarantee actual outcomes.