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Substitutions for GMAT

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Does anyone have a list of schools that accept the LSAT in lieu of the GMAT/GRE? Or perhaps schools that waive the testing requirement for prestigious lawyers?

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i hear if you receive a 175+ on the lsat, they waive the gre requirement at most schools.
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will it help or hurt that I have previously attended Harvard law?
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I got a 170. I really think I could get a 175, and I really don't want to take the GMAT, but I already got my score tattooed on my butt so I am hesitant to retake...then my tattoo won't make sense.
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I got a 170. I really think I could get a 175, and I really don't want to take the GMAT, but I already got my score tattooed on my butt so I am hesitant to retake...then my tattoo won't make sense.

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I'm not sure I've heard of top schools waiving the GMAT reqmt if you have taken the LSAT or received a high score on this. I think a high score on the LSAT may help you but generally its a GMAT/GRE evaluation. That is part of the penance of applying to b-school, but I would suggest looking at your list of ideal schools and reviewing their sites and reaching out to admissions and checking if there are any loopholes you can take advantage of here
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Does anyone have a list of schools that accept the LSAT in lieu of the GMAT/GRE? Or perhaps schools that waive the testing requirement for prestigious lawyers?


Hello,
You can find a list of MBA and EMBA programs that have an option of GMAT waiver/Substitution here: https://aringo.com/mba-without-gmat/
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