There’s good news for all the MBA aspirants as GMAT has come up with several new changes. Now, all the top B-schools around the globe will be incorporating these changes.
For all those who don’t know GMAT also known as the Graduate Management Admissions Test is conducted to test the students’ analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills. This exam is taken for all the students who wish to be admitted to the MBA program.
One should know that the GMAT scores are accepted in more than 2,000 business schools around the globe.
Changes That Will Be Made to Top B-School for MBA Admission
Without wasting any of your time, we have made a list of all the changes that the top B-schools will now have in their admission criteria.
Rotman School of Management, Canada
GMAT requirements have been waived for all the students who have passed all 3 Levels of the CFA designation for Rotman School of Management.
Students wanting to get admission to Boston University won’t have to appear for the GMAT exam. It has been waived off for students with a GPA of more than 3.0/4.0 (More than 83-86%).
Columbia Business School
In order to get into the Columbia Business School, the student will have to take an executive assessment test instead of a GMAT/GRE.
Colorado State University
At Colorado State University, the GMAT exam has been waived for applicants with 8+ years of work experience.
New York Institute of Technology (NYIT)
Over here, the GMAT exam is put off for all those students who have a GPA more than 3.0/4.0 (More than 83-86%)
Hult Business School
To get into Hult Business School, the GMAT requirement will only waived if the applicant proves to have 5+ years of managerial work experience.