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Is It Hard to Get a GMAT Waiver, Opting Out of the GMAT Requirement?

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Is It Hard to Get a GMAT Waiver, Opting Out of the GMAT Requirement?

Some EMBA programs offer candidates the chance to opt out of the requirement to present a GMAT score with their EMBA application. How hard is it to get a GMAT waiver?

If you are an EMBA candidate who performed excellently in college in a quant-related major like engineering, or if you are a candidate who has a job that involves working with a great deal of data and analysis, you are likely a prime example of a candidate who can get a waiver and who will not need to present a GMAT score at a school like UCLA or Duke, which otherwise requires the GMAT score for any EMBA applicant.

Who is not a good candidate for a waiver? Someone who had a poor undergraduate performance, whether their degree was in a quant-related field or not. Also, a professional who is not working with a lot of data/analysis in their job and/or who had a non-quant major in college is a candidate to whom the admissions committee may decline to give a waiver. Unless candidates who fall into these categories have some other metrics that they can show to prove the strength of their quantitative abilities, such as another degree or post-college quant courses, the odds of securing a waiver may be low.




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