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According to . News & World Report , Tuck is one of the most selective MBA programs in the world, with a % acceptance rate.  Applicants to the Tuck School come from many different backgrounds and institutions and are evaluated based on undergraduate academic performance, Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) standardized test scores, English test scores for international applicants, essays, 2 letters of recommendation, written applications, and interviews, if applicable. Prior work and real-world experience and success is also considered in evaluating potential candidates.   2,276 applicants applied for approximately 240 slots in the class of 2009. For the class of 2015, the average GMAT score of students was 718, the average age was 28 and the average undergraduate grade point average (GPA) of American students was . 
Approximately 5,600 participants attend open and in-company programs at IE Business School each year.