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# GRE substitute for GMAT (FEMBA-UCLA)

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Location: United States
GRE 1: 1400 Q630 V770
GPA: 3.5
WE: Engineering (Computer Software)
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12 Jun 2011, 21:31
Went to a UCI Info session last saturday for the FEMBA program. I know USC/UCI is now taking GRE scores (as of like 3 weeks ago) for their part-time mba programs. This is awesome for me because I took my M.S. just last year and my score is still within 5 years... But they mentioned UCLA is taking GRE also, but on the admissions site this seems to be not true. I was wondering if anyone more familiar with the UCLA part time MBA program knows?

The conversion tool is on the ets website (cant post a link since im a new member), seems more quantitative heavy (and we all know how lopsided the verbal/quant is on the GRE..). i wish i got a 800 on my quant, id have a 720 GMAT..

(got my answer... from ucla adcom! they are taking GRE now)

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