B-Schools still prefer GMAT scores over GRE

A survey conducted by Kaplan Test Prep 2012 on business school admissions officers reveals that 69% of international B schools now allow applicants to submit their Graduate Record Exam (GRE) scores instead of their Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). GMAT scores has been a key to MBA admissions for long. The change has come due to the campaigning done by the GRE exam administrators, which eventually increased the percentage from Kaplan’s 2009, survey wherein only 24% of B-schools accepted GRE scores. Though quite a few B-schools are now accepting the GRE scores, very few..