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Top 10 Business Schools

  1. Harvard Business School
  2. Stanford Graduate School of Business
  3. The Wharton School
  4. Kellogg School of Management
  5. Sloan School of Management
  6. Booth School of Business
  7. Tuck School of Business
  8. Haas School of Business
  9. Columbia Business School
  10. Stern School of Business

Distance Learning MBA

  1. Capella University
  2. DeVry University Online
  3. Northeastern University
  4. Regis University
  5. Salem International University
  6. University of Phoenix
  7. Walden University
 

GRE vs GMAT: The Difference between GRE and GMAT


The GRE (or Graduate Record Examinations) is administered by Educational Testing Services. The exam is used for admissions to graduate school programs, such as psychology, education, physics, etc. It consists of three parts: verbal, math and essay. GMAT (pronounced G-mat) is abbreviated for Graduate Management Admission Test. GMAC is the test writer of GMAT.

Test Format: GRE vs GMAT

  GRE GMAT
Verbal Section Sentence Completion Sentence Correction
  Reading comprehension Reading comprehension
  Analogy Critical Reasoning
  Antonym  
     
Math Section Problem Solving Problem Solving
  Quantitative Comparison Data Sufficiency
     
Essay Section Analysis of Argument Analysis of Argument
  Analysis of Issue Analysis of Issue
     
Score Valid for 5 years 5 years
     
Subject Test Yes No

Which test should you take, GMAT or GRE?

If you are going to do an MBA, you must take GMAT. Almost all business schools require GMAT scores. Non-business graduate schools tend to require the GRE exam (and if applicable one of the GRE subject tests). For doctoral studies in business field, either GRE or GMAT is acceptable.

 




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