Your Chances at Tuck: Acceptance Rate & Other Factors

Do you want to attend a top-tier business school? You may be considering which MBA programs you’ve got a chance at getting into and if it’s worth your time to complete an application. To help guide these initial considerations, we’ve put together some fast facts covering key admission factors to help you determine your odds of getting accepted into Dartmouth Tuck’s MBA Program.

If you’re wondering how difficult it is to get into the Tuck School of Business, then you’ve come to the right place. On this page, we’ll give you a quick overview of what it takes to get into the Dartmouth College Tuck School of Business and help you understand whether your profile is a good fit for the Tuck MBA program.

(Note: This page highlights Tuck’s full-time MBA program.)

Fast Facts: Tuck MBA

Acceptance RateDoes not disclose
GMAT Average724
GPA Average3.54
Avg. Years Work Experience5.4 years
65 Average months worked

Source: Dartmouth Tuck, Class of 2023 data

Dartmouth Tuck School of Business

Undergraduate Majors Represented in Tuck’s MBA Program 

The top undergraduate majors represented in Tuck’s MBA program are Arts/Humanities/Social sciences (49%), Science/Technology/Engineering/Math (28%), and Business (23%).

Top Undergraduate Universities from Tuck’s MBA Class

The undergraduate universities most represented in Tuck’s MBA class profile are: 

  • Dartmouth College
  • Middlebury College
  • Tufts University
  • Boston University
  • Georgetown University
  • Trinity College-Hartford
  • Colby College
  • Bowdoin College
  • University of Virginia
  • Cornell University

If your undergraduate college is listed above, that means that Tuck has accepted many applicants with your education background in the past. It also shows that candidates who have gone to these schools have considered applying to Tuck, and it is one indication that the business school has found students who have completed their undergraduate education at these universities to be successful.  

Tuck’s Top Pre-MBA Industries

Tuck’s top pre-MBA industries are financial services (25%), consulting (24%), nonprofit/government (15%), and technology (9%). 

Looking at the pre-MBA industries shows you whether your profile is well-represented at Tuck. Don’t worry if you don’t see your industry on the list—there might not be many students enrolled from your industry simply because many candidates didn’t apply to the program in the first place. The same goes for the pre-MBA employers data we’ve provided below.

Top Pre-MBA Employers Represented at Tuck

The pre-MBA companies that are most represented in the Tuck MBA class are: 

What does Tuck value?

Tuck values the idea of sharing who you are, what you have done, where you are going, and how you will get there. You do so across four sets of criteria. Being smart, accomplished, aware and encouraging forms the essential foundation on which the best candidates build. The Tuck class is diverse by design, no two candidates are equally strong across all criteria, and you may demonstrate different strengths in different ways.

Interested in finding out more about Tuck? Visit our Dartmouth Tuck overview page.