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by abhinavpande » Tue Jun 06, 2017 9:18 pm
33 yrs old. 11+ yrs of work ex in Financial and healthcare industry.
Applying for MBA as company is going to sponsor it.

Need to know what are the top schools that waive GMAT since I do not want to appear for GMAT but can prove strong quant skills. I have 3.4 undergrad GPA from State University of New York at Buffalo
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by Donna@Stratus » Wed Jun 07, 2017 9:38 am
abhinavpande wrote:33 yrs old. 11+ yrs of work ex in Financial and healthcare industry.
Applying for MBA as company is going to sponsor it.

Need to know what are the top schools that waive GMAT since I do not want to appear for GMAT but can prove strong quant skills. I have 3.4 undergrad GPA from State University of New York at Buffalo
Most top programs do not waive GMAT for Full time. However, if you are going for part-time or exec MBA programs, there is much more flexibility based on the quality of your work experience. I suggest you reach out directly to the schools that interest you and simply ask if they waive the GMAT. Most schools take the GRE instead so that might be an option also. Best wishes! But in general if your goal is no GMAT, then look at executive programs and this may in fact be your best bet given your extensive experience anyway.

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by Michelle@ARINGO » Tue Jun 20, 2017 7:40 am
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by Dozie@VeritasPrep » Fri Jun 23, 2017 5:38 pm
Given your years of experience an EMBA feels like it might make more sense. I doubt you are planning to make a career switch so an EMBA feels like an even better fit. Have you looked into this option yet?
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