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Meanwhile Kaplan, which runs GMAT training programmes, reports that in a recent survey most business students still opt for GMAT, rather than GRE. When asked which of the two tests they would complete if their target school accepted both scores, 55 per cent said they would take the GMAT and 12 per cent the GRE. Twelve percent said they would take both. Ironically, 47 per cent thought the GMAT more difficult than the GRE, while only 10 per cent thought the GRE the more difficult. _________________
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The following top-ranked MBA programs (ranking based on 2011 edition of USNews "Best Business Schools") now accept the GRE in addition to the GMAT:
1 (tie): Harvard University & Stanford University 3. Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Sloan) 7. Dartmouth College (Tuck) 9. New York University (Stern) 11. Yale University... 13. University of Virginia (Darden) 14. Duke University (Fuqua) 16. University of Texas—Austin (McCombs) 19. Washington University in St. Louis (Olin)