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Why Consider Business School?

Deciding to go to business school is an investment in your future, and the broad business knowledge and leadership training you gain will have a valuable impact on your career. Learn more about your options and how the GRE® General Test is an excellent choice to help you get started on that path.

Taking the GRE® General Test for Business School Is a Smart Choice

Business schools worldwide are using GRE® scores as part of their admissions process for specialized master's, MBA and other graduate business programs. In fact, the GRE General Test is the most widely accepted measure of a student's readiness for graduate-level work — and the only test that can help you get into graduate, business and law school, giving you more opportunities for success.

The GRE General Test features a flexible test-taker friendly design that can mean an even better test experience for you. And the ScoreSelect® service option helps you approach test day with more confidence because it lets you decide which scores institutions see.

With the GRE General Test you can also:

  • Choose from thousands of graduate and business school programs around the world, including top-ranked MBA programs according to The Financial Times, U.S. News & World Report and Bloomberg Businessweek.
  • Keep your options open if you are unsure about what you want to do after graduation. Take the most widely accepted graduate admissions test and give yourself more opportunities for success.
  • Choose from many test locations. You can take the GRE General Test at more than 1,000 locations worldwide, in more than 160 countries. In addition, the GRE General Test can be taken at home in most regions of the world.
  • Save money. The GRE General Test is less expensive than other graduate admissions tests that measure the same skills.
  • Get FREE test preparation materials and more — created by the test maker to help you do your best.
  • Get added value. Sign up for the free GRE® Search Service to help schools find you.

List of Business Schools That Accept GRE Scores

View the complete list of more than 1,300 business schools that accept GRE scores for admission to their MBA programs. If you don't see the school(s) you'd like to apply to, check with their admissions office directly — more business schools are deciding to accept GRE scores every day.

Considering your
business school options?

Rate your priorities to see which graduate business degree might be best for you. Take the GRE General Test for any of them!

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It is important for me to gain a wide breadth of business knowledge.

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I have work experience that will help inform my business education.

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Career flexibility is an essential (I would even be interested in exploring job functions and industries).

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I would like to earn an advanced degree quickly (ideally a year of grad school, max).

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I often dream of starting my own business.

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I have a favorite business field that I would like to become a specialist/expert in.

Here are your RESULTS:

 
QUIZ Find your b-school destiny
Based on your career motivations
A Specialized Master's Degree in Business could be the best option for you.
You seem focused and eager to advance in your chosen role. That's great news. From accounting to supply chain management, data analytics and more—business schools are offering a growing number of master's programs with a more specialized focus, which could be perfect for your goals.
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Here are your RESULTS:

 
QUIZ Find your b-school destiny
Based on your career motivations
An MBA could be the best option for you.
Whether your goal is to advance into the
C-suite or to start your own business, a Master of Business Administration (MBA) is looking like your ticket to career success. The MBA track provides a wider breadth of business education than other graduate business degrees, giving you the skills to move into the leadership role you desire.

Here are your RESULTS:

 
QUIZ Find your b-school destiny
Based on your career motivations
You have options to consider.
An MBA or a Specialized Master's Degree in business? Which is right for you depends on your career goals, experience, finances and more. It appears you could go either way, and this is a good place to start learning more about both degree tracks.

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