Is is necessary to give GMAT and GRE exam for mba?
Asked by Rohan Danodia about 1 year ago
In my opinion, the GMAT somehow seems necessary for a business program abroad. Especially for a country like the USA, where a Masters proves much more than a degree. However, there are some major institutes that do not require you to submit a GMAT score. Of course, they are less in number. These institutes are generally preferred by working graduates who do not want to put extra effort into going through a standardized test. And by far, the quality of education in any of the mentioned business schools is exceptional. In fact, even Kellogg offers an Executive MBA with no requirement of a GMAT score.
Here are the best schools across countries that don't require a GMAT score:
University of Seattle
California Miramar University
University of Regina
University of Saskatchewan
University of Leeds
King's College London
University of Manchester
Now, these institutes might not require a GMAT score but there are other requirements that you must fulfil like a minimum bachelors' GPA, IELTS/TOEFL Score etc.
You should check your overall profile and get an idea if you match all the other requirements since you wish to skip the GMAT. To get a more accurate list based on your profile, you should check out the FREE School Explore Tool. It will generate a list of schools based on your profile and preferences and will make the process of school selection a lot more easier.
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