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Real Humans of the Dartmouth Tuck MBA Class of 2024

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Get to know some new members of the Dartmouth Tuck MBA Class of 2024 in this edition of Real Humans: MBA Students.

287 students matriculated into the Tuck MBA program in the fall of 2022. Forty-five percent are women and 43 percent are international. Thirty-one percent of U.S. students identify as American Indian, African American, Asian American, or Hispanic/Latinx. Thirteen percent of U.S. students identify as U.S. underrepresented minorities, which includes American Indian, African American, Hispanic/Latinx, or Native Hawaiian.

During their undergraduate years, Tuck MBA students had an average GPA of 3.52. Forty-one percent had majored in arts, humanities or social sciences. Thirty percent had pursued a STEM major and 28 percent earned degrees in business.

Prior to joining Tuck, students accumulated an average of 67 months of work experience. Twenty-four percent had worked in financial services followed by 23 percent in consulting. Eleven percent hailed from non-profit/government roles and another 10 percent each came from tech or the healthcare/pharma/biotech industries. Six percent had worked in consumer products/retail before joining Tuck.

When it came time to take the GMAT, Tuck MBA students averaged a score of 726 with scores ranging from 610 to 790. For those who chose to take the GRE (38 percent), they averaged 162 in both the Quant and Verbal sections.

Meet some new first-years of the Dartmouth Tuck MBA Class of 2024 in the following pages, see what they learned through the admissions process and more.

Christina Griffith
Christina Griffith is a writer and editor based in Philadelphia. She specializes in covering education, science, and history, and has experience in research and interviews, magazine content, and web content writing.