This isn't necessarily very helpful, but this is really for you to decide! But one way to look at it is that the b-school admissions process is very involved for one reason (among others) -- because schools only want people who are very serious about an MBA to apply. So, if the idea of studying for the GMAT is too daunting or just not interesting to you, then that's a good sign that you may not want to pursue one.
It really depends on what you want to do. If you want to stay within technical management, then you don't necessarily need an MBA. But b-schools do offer technically-focused classes and majors. Aside from the top 10 schools, programs like UT Austin, Maryland, and Vanderbilt offer tech-related business programs.
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