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Is anyone applying for MBA with GRE, my GRE score is 335.... should I also write GMAT or focus on my essay....
Although, All the schools that I am applying to accept GRE(Rotman, Smith, DeGroote, Schulich and Richard Ivey
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New post 07 Mar 2017, 23:01
335 is a pretty solid score. I don't think that there's any need to take the GMAT! Your excellent score on the GRE is enough to convey the admissions committee about your academic skills. So, you already have a nice "check" on the GMAT/GRE column.

I'd say concentrate on putting up a great application now.
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New post 08 Mar 2017, 08:50
keats wrote:
335 is a pretty solid score. I don't think that there's any need to take the GMAT! Your excellent score on the GRE is enough to convey the admissions committee about your academic skills. So, you already have a nice "check" on the GMAT/GRE column.

I'd say concentrate on putting up a great application now.



Exactly. 335 is a great one.
Don't waste time / money on GMAT anymore - specifically when your target schools are accepting GRE.
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Is anyone applying for MBA with GRE, my GRE score is 335.... should I also write GMAT or focus on my essay....
Although, All the schools that I am applying to accept GRE(Rotman, Smith, DeGroote, Schulich and Richard Ivey

Hi tpapa29 ,
335 is an excellent score and is almost around the top 1 percentile. Since all the schools you plan to apply accept the GRE , you should go ahead and concentrate on the apps .
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New post 08 Mar 2017, 16:54
That's an amazing GRE score. For business school application purposes, you'd have no incentive to write the GMAT.

But! What do you want to do post-MBA? There are career tracks and great companies out there that take a serious look at GMAT, and unfortunately that means you may not be competitive without a GMAT score.

Still though, I'd worry about the application first, then if need arises, do the GMAT (hopefully you won't need to).
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New post 08 Mar 2017, 20:29
Thanks everyone for the suggestion. Like you all said , I will focus on my essay and worry about the application first, then if need arises, do the GMAT.
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