MBA without GMAT/GRE


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Hi All,

Could any one please guide me on this....

I am B-tech (mechanical engg.) + MBA + 4 years of professional work experience.
I am moving to US on H4 - I haven't taken GMAT/GRE and looking for some average B school which can accept the same... Preferably in Virginia or Washington since my wife is based there...
I could find 'Virginia International University' in fairfax but really could not find any reviews about the same...
Any one pls guide me what should I do from here....

Hi All,

Could any one please guide me on this....

I am B-tech (mechanical engg.) + MBA + 4 years of professional work experience.
I am moving to US on H4 - I haven't taken GMAT/GRE and looking for some average B school which can accept the same... Preferably in Virginia or Washington since my wife is based there...
I could find 'Virginia International University' in fairfax but really could not find any reviews about the same...
Any one pls guide me what should I do from here....
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Duncan

Take your GMAT. You will be able to get into a good business school with it (even with a weak score) but only weak schools without it.

Take your GMAT. You will be able to get into a good business school with it (even with a weak score) but only weak schools without it.
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mba hipste...

That school in Virginia isn't accredited by any of the major business school accreditation organizations so I'd stay away from it.

I agree with JK Duncan. Take the GMAT, you'll have a much wider selection of quality schools to choose from, especially in Virginia, where you have Darden, George Mason, William & Mary, etc.

Even a lower tier school like Longwood that's AACSB-accredited will require the GMAT (although they just need a score of 470, which a monkey could get.)

There is, however, Shenandoah, in Winchester, which doesn't require the GMAT. It's accredited by AACSB, but it's nowhere near the quality of the ones I mentioned earlier.

That school in Virginia isn't accredited by any of the major business school accreditation organizations so I'd stay away from it.

I agree with JK Duncan. Take the GMAT, you'll have a much wider selection of quality schools to choose from, especially in Virginia, where you have Darden, George Mason, William & Mary, etc.

Even a lower tier school like Longwood that's AACSB-accredited will require the GMAT (although they just need a score of 470, which a monkey could get.)

There is, however, Shenandoah, in Winchester, which doesn't require the GMAT. It's accredited by AACSB, but it's nowhere near the quality of the ones I mentioned earlier.

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