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I'm an undergrad student currently in my 2nd year(i have a three year program-bachelor in commerce,india),i want to apply for masters in commerce related field(ms in business analytics,ms in marketing science,etc,.) as well as few mba programs which consider applicants without work ex(like-yale silver scholar,harvard 2+2,etc.,) but I'm a little confused as to which exam should i take the GMAT or the GRE?Since GMAT is a little typical and complicated i am a unsure about it,but does taking the GRE hampers my chances or it doesn't matter even when applying for above mentioned mba programs?
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vainika wrote:
I'm an undergrad student currently in my 2nd year(i have a three year program-bachelor in commerce,india),i want to apply for masters in commerce related field(ms in business analytics,ms in marketing science,etc,.) as well as few mba programs which consider applicants without work ex(like-yale silver scholar,harvard 2+2,etc.,) but I'm a little confused as to which exam should i take the GMAT or the GRE?Since GMAT is a little typical and complicated i am a unsure about it,but does taking the GRE hampers my chances or it doesn't matter even when applying for above mentioned mba programs?



HI,

For the above said programs GMAT is better in my opinion as it widely regarded as the standard score considered while applying to schools. I'm not sure if GRE would help

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Hi,
I am a huge supporter of GRE over the GMAT as evident from my latest post on the RISE of the GRE scores at Top B-schools-> https://gmatclub.com/forum/average-gre- ... l#p2030122

If you were a traditional applicant i.e applying to an MBA after two- three years of work ex. then I would said that take a practise test and choose the exam that you feel you can excel at naturally. However, you are a NO work. ex. candidate who is looking to get into 2+2 program. So to put it simply - GRE won't cut you in. Hell, you need to absolutely crush the GMAT to make it to Harvard or Yale 2+2 programs.

Go for the GMAT and make sure you CRUSH it!

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