Not Everyone’s On Board with GRE

BusinessWeek’s Alison Damast covers the next chapter in the GMAT v. GRE debate in an article posted online Wednesday.

For now at least, it appears that most business schools plan to stick to the GMAT-only admissions requirement, she writes, citing a Kaplan survey of 260 business schools conducted this July and August by the test-prep giant, including 17 of the most selective business schools.

Of those surveyed, 24% currently allow students to submit the GRE. But of the schools surveyed that are GMAT-only (76% of the survey pool), only 4.3% indicated that they are planning to offer the GRE as an option for applicants.

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