The Carlson School of Management is now accepting the Graduate Record Exam (GRE), in addition to the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), for admission to its Full-Time and Part-Time MBA programs.
"The GRE is accepted at thousands of master's and doctoral programs worldwide," says Professor Art Hill, associate dean for MBA Programs. "Accepting the GRE will open the Carlson School to an even more diverse population and give prospective students greater options when determining their career plans."
The GRE is offered at approximately 700 locations worldwide in more than 60 countries - figures higher than those of the GMAT. The GRE revised general test measures verbal, quantitative reasoning, critical thinking and analytical writing skills that are needed for success in graduate and business schools.
Candidates applying to the Full-Time MBA program who wish to be considered for a scholarship award will still be required to submit a GMAT score. Full admission requirements for the Carlson School MBA Programs can be found on its website.