TOP TIER MBA PROGRAMS THAT WAIVED THE GMAT AND GRE REQUIREMENTS

TOP TIER MBA PROGRAMS THAT WAIVED THE GMAT AND GRE REQUIREMENTS

The majority of top ranked MBA programs around the world requirement the applicants to submit a GMAT score as part f their application process. It is for that reason that candidates spend so much time and money on getting ready to score a high GMAT grade as they are aware of the fact that it would increase their chances of admission to most of these top tier business schools. 

There are a few business schools who have decided to waive the GMAT and GRE requirements for many reason, one of them is the pandemic. Some of these schools are waiving the GMAT and GRE requirement for applicants can show proof of managerial experience that lasted at least 5 years. 

Below you can find the list of MBA schools tat decided to not require a GMAT or a GRE score for admission: 

  • HULT University => Applicants must show that they have more than 5 years of work experience. 
  • Ross => The school accepts MCAT and LSAT instead of the GMAT and the GRE. 
  • Darden => The school accepts the Executive Assessment, the MCAT, and the LSAT. 
  • GeorgeTown University => The school decided to waive the requirements for students who earned at least a 3.5 GPA in their undergraduate studies. 
  • IE Business School => The school accepts three exams : the IE Global Admissions Test, the GMAT and the GRE. 
  • Warwick => The school accepts the Warwick Test instead of the GMAT and the GRE 
  • SDA Bocconi => Candidates can request to take the SDA Test instead of the GMAT and the GRE Tests. 
  • Howard University => GMAT is not required.