Is is necessary to give GMAT and GRE exam for mba?

Asked by Rohan Danodia about 1 year ago

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Muthanna Qudimat

Muthanna Qudimat

Microsoft Student Ambassador | A BCA Undergrad Student

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 
Adelphi University
California Miramar University

University of Regina
Brock University
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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