Posted by racingrudi on 09/15/12 1:34pm
Guys, is there any way doing an MBA without the GMAT?
Posted by Thomas Graf on 09/15/12 1:40pm
thank you for your question. Well, there are fulltime MBA programs that do not require the GMAT. I guess you are interested in **fulltime MBAs**, right?
The **GMAT**, however, often - not always - is a signal that a school is very restrictive in selecting its students. And being restrictive often means that the students have a great quality - and that means that the school is a high reputation among employers...
Some schools by the way require the GMAT and offer an **alternative test** at the same time. This test is designed by themselves and offered on campus. I have never done such a test - but from what I hear this test seems to be easier than the GMAT.
You can use our **[Search Filter "Entry requirements"](http://www.mba-compass.com)** to search for programs that do not require the GMAT.
I do, however, recommend you to take the GMAT. It is tough but a good exercise and with a score of 600 points at minimum you provide the minimum score to be accepted for good programs.
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