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GRE Scores for MBA [#permalink]
14 Dec 2007, 09:50
I read an article sometime back about Stanford thinking of accepting even GRE scores for admission to its MBA program.
Is the system in place now? Does anyone know about any good B-Schools thinking or have already doing that?
I have a low GMAT score of 680(Q49,V34, 5.5) but a relatively good GRE score of 1470 given 2 yrs ago.
I know I am hoping against hope here, but if this is happening then ...great! I can apply for an MBA with a GRE and hope to give a better competition.
I have also heard universities accept pre application without looking at your GMAT score. Then they decide upon how good you are and ask you to get a 700+ or something : ...so if you dont already have it, you give it a shot.... if you get it, they accept you !
Does anyone (again!) know of any school which does that???
I am really desperate to get into a top school but would be going for Fall 08.
Yes it is in place, although I think they would prefer the GMAT.
I ask for an adcom staff at an info session what test they prefer, and she told me that either of them, however, she mentioned that as all other schools accept GMAT if I wanted to apply to any other I should take the GMAT. I thought it was strange, perhaps is a DING before applying .