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Four things to know about GRE/GMAT Waivers

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Since this article was published, our GRE/GMAT test waiver policies have been updated. Please visit the GRE/GMAT policies page for the latest details.

Here are the four things you need to know about getting a GRE/GMAT waiver.

  1. Waivers now accepted for full-time MBA applicants. We are now offering GRE/GMAT waivers from our full-time MBA applicants for the remainder of our application cycle, which closes July 15, 2020. Scholarships are still available, but your award could be impacted. Find out more by speaking to a member of our admissions team today.

  2. Waivers for all part-time applicants. We are temporarily suspending testing requirements for all applicants to our part-time programs for the fall and spring. This includes our Flexible MBA program, which can be completed fully online.

  3. Waivers for full-time MS applicants. We are offering a waiver to all applicants who are U.S. citizens to our six full-time MS programs for the remainder of our application cycle, which ends July 15, 2020. Learn more about our six full-time MS programs here.

  4. We are still accepting GRE/GMAT scores. Still want to take the GMAT or GRE? Already taken it and have an official score to provide? We’ve got you. We are accepting scores from the new at-home versions of the GRE and GMAT, and are still accepting GMAT or GRE scores from in-person tests pre-COVID-19.

*GMAT/GRE waiver policies may change. Visit our GMAT/GRE Waiver Policies page for the latest information about waiver policies.

Visit our COVID-19 updates page for the latest COVID-19 news for prospective students.

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