GRE Acceptance By B-Schools Hits Record High

Business schools that now accept the GRE as an alternative to the GMAT has reached an all-time high percentage, according to Kaplan Test Prep’s 2016 business school admissions officer survey. Some 92% of the schools now accept GRE scores, a huge jump from Kaplan’s 2009 survey — the first year Kaplan asked the question — when only 24% of business schools took GRE scores. But despite the increased acceptance of the GRE, Kaplan found that 26% of admissions officers say those who submit a GMAT score have an admissions advantage over those who submit a GRE score. Only 2% say GRE takers have the advantage; the remaining 73% say neither exam taker has the advantage, essentially unchanged from Kaplan’s 2015 survey.

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