ADMIT.ME INDEX

introducing admit.me index

Your AMI (Admit.me Index) score is a numerical assessment of the strength of your MBA candidate profile calculated using an expert-vetted algorithm. Scored out of 100, the AMI tells you how close you are to the "perfect" applicant and shows you how you compare to your target MBA programs.

the "credit" score of admissions

BASELINE

Understand where you stand overall and along key subareas of your profile

VISIBILITY

Discover the specific factors admissions officers use to decide who gets accepted

Gain a holistic assessment of the strength of your candidate profile

PERSPECTIVE

21st century admissions

Created by Harvard and Wharton admissions experts who helped thousands gain admittance, the Admit.me Index uses an AI-driven algorithm to deliver a snapshot of your candidacy. The AMI combines over a decade of admissions consulting experience with the power of AI to provide MBA applicants unprecedented insight into the strength of their MBA applicant profile.

HOW DO YOU COMPARE?

mba program scores

Georgetown University (McDonough)

AMI: 91

AMI: 94

University of Chicago (Booth)

Syracuse University (Whitman)

AMI: 79

University of Notre Dame (Mendoza)

AMI: 89

AMI: 81

University of South Carolina (Moore)

Vanderbilt University
(Owen)

AMI: 88

Harvard University
(HBS)

AMI: 95

University of California, San Diego (Rady)

AMI: 82

your AMI report

Your AMI Score Report consists of an overall score and four sub-scores. Your overall score is a weighted average of your sub-scores and is a summary assessment of your candidacy.

academic

recruitability

professional

extracurricular

what applicants have to say

DON'T TAKE OUR WORD FOR IT

“My AMI score helped me feel more confident to push myself to apply to better schools. I was undervaluing myself.”
- Ina

"The AMI is the first tool I’ve come across that provides that kind of assessment. I could see the really clear factors that were going into someone assessing my application."

- Emily

"The AMI score was a good measure of comparing myself now versus what the schools are looking for.”

- Zoddy

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