Can I do an MBA without GMAT?

Asked by Astha Das over 2 years ago

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Ritu Jain

Ritu Jain

Student at Shri Ram College of Commerce

Hi Astha. Hope you’re doing good!


So firstly, the answer to your question is, YES, you can do an MBA without giving the GMAT examination. But since GMAT is the gateway for all top universities in the world, it will limit your options to some extent. There are some universities that invite applicants without a GMAT score, but they also have some specific requirements that you must fulfill. 

To narrow down your options, you can get your profile evaluated for free at  https://bit.ly/3JLXrwB and then get your ideal school list in just 7 taps. It will give you the best B-school options that you can choose from, based on your eligibility. 

Was this helpful? Let me know if you want me to find out more information about colleges that accept admission without the GMAT. 

 

 


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Bhavya  Jain

Bhavya Jain

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 Wondering if an MBA without the GMAT is possible? Absolutely, and I’m here to help you figure it all out. Here’s a quick guide to getting into an MBA program without the GMAT:

  • Look for the Right Programs: Some MBA programs are all about your work experience, leadership, and what you’ve achieved more than just a test score. Find those.
  • Highlight Your Experience: Got work experience? Great projects or leadership roles? Those are your highlights. Make sure they shine in your application.
  • Recommendations Matter: A good word from someone who knows how awesome you are at work can make a big difference.

Remember, your unique story and what you bring to the table are what set you apart. Let's find that perfect MBA program for you and make it happen. You've got this!

 


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Abhiyudaya Chauhan

Abhiyudaya Chauhan

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 Yes, there are many ways to do an MBA without needing to do the GMAT. Lots of universities all around the world offer MBA programs that don't need GMAT scores.

These programs look at everything about you, like your job history, how you did in school, why you want to do an MBA, and what others say about you.I suggest looking at universities that care more about your real-life experiences, how you lead, and how well you've done in school instead of just your test scores.

Students need to search carefully the Business Schools With No GMAT Required and find programs that match what they want to do and what they're good at.

 


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