We'll improve your best GMAT score by at least 50 points, or you get a full refund.
While there is no GMAT cut-off for Wharton, you should be familiar with the general range of GMAT scores at the school:
650 to 770
If you want to be competitive for Wharton, you should try to score 720 or higher and no lower than 650, though it is certainly possible to gain acceptance with a lower and even much lower score. While no GMAT score will technically exclude you from consideration for admission, a low GMAT score could raise a red flag.
Ultimately, the entire package matters (GMAT, work experience, application essays, interviews, recommendations, and undergraduate GPA). Since you are applying for business school, work experience is extremely important. Upon enrollment, the average amount of work experience is approximately 4.5 years for each student, which is fairly substantial.
You should also consider the brand of the school. The Wharton application is famously comprehensive and requires several, extensive essays and a substantial commitment on the part of your recommenders (in the past, recommenders have had to write as many as 3-4 pages for a single applicant). To satisfy the requirements of the process, you should make sure that you have contributed substantially to organizational endeavors–whether this means work, community service or extracurricular activities.
I hate to say it, but Knewton has rendered every other test prep company totally obsolete. Greg Rorke, Former CEO of Kaplan
More than 3,400 practice problems of all types, all targeting specific components on the GMAT.
Six complete computer adaptive tests (CATs)—reliably scored, with full explanations and analytics.
The ultimate reference—13 video sessions for every topic on the GMAT, all taught by top-rated instructors.
A fully searchable reference section with explanations, videos, related concepts, and tips for 700+ scorers.