Which universities accept 290 GRE score?

Asked by Sean Will over 1 year ago

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Priya Singhania

Priya Singhania

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Yes, B-Schools accept GRE scores for Masters in Management. GRE isn’t just a test score. It is a marker of the skills that the people at the admissions are going to be looking at. It accurately measures your skill set, and the preparation and qualification put together to send the message that you are a serious enough candidate.

The Master in Management (MIM) refers to a special type of postgraduate program that provides general management knowledge for graduates or recent graduates with only a little work experience. Masters in Management usually grant a Master of Science or a Master of Arts. A Master’s in Management (MiM) differs from an MBA and serves a different purpose, but it does accept GRE scores.

So, while you need to concentrate on all other aspects, remember that GRE doesn’t just count, but it acts as a measure of your competence. It easily accounts for about 20–25% of whether or not a B-School will take you in. I have prepared a list of universities that accepts GRE scores in the following countries.

Here is the list of B-schools in France:

  • ESADE Business School
  • EDHEC Business School
  • EBS Business School
  • Audencia Business School
  • Rennes School of business
  • Montpellier business School 

Here is the list of B-schools in the UK:

  • London Business School
  • Imperial College London
  • London School of Economics and Political Science
  • Warwick Business School
  • University of Edinburgh Business School
  • Lancaster University Management School

So I guess this is it. If you want assistance with something else, too, ask.


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Khushi Shukla

Khushi Shukla

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 I'd say don't worry too much about a 290 GRE score. Sure, the very top universities might want higher scores, but many good schools accept this range. Some countries like Australia and the UK don't focus much on GRE scores. And in the U.S. and Canada, smaller universities or special programs might be a good fit. It's important to make your application strong in other ways and pick the right program for you.

 


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Prateeksha  Manral

Prateeksha Manral

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Finding Your University with a 290 GRE Score:

1. Your GRE Score is Just One Part: Remember, universities look at your whole application, not just your GRE score. So, even with a 290, you have a chance!

2. Universities to Look At: Consider schools that focus on your complete profile, like some in the U.S., Canada, and Australia. Universities such as the University of New Mexico and Illinois State University could be options.

3. Other Factors Matter: Your personal statement, recommendations, and experience can really stand out. Make them strong!

4. Conditional Admission: Some schools might offer you a spot with conditions, like taking extra courses.

5. Consider a Retake: If you can, try taking the GRE again to improve your score and options.

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