That’s what a Top 10 school used to claim in their FAQ on their website. It’s what the admissions directors at many other schools have told us for years.
Yet we often get BSers who believe that if their GMAT score is super high, and they indicate on their application that they’re applying with their spouse or boy/girlfriend whose GMAT is not so great, then that’ll compensate for the not-great score and allow the adcom to say “yes” to them both.
It doesn’t work that way. 🙁
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