I wonder why people are so much scared of GMAT, its not that hard to get an average score. Having even average GMAT score will increase number of choices of universities and yea it's true that usually good or even average universities require GMAT score.
Remember if you are a management student, graduating from a good university certainly adds a lot to your resume. So, I'd better suggest you to take GMAT first than searching universities from a limited list.
I also need some info on this matter.I have a 3yrs bachelor degree.And i had entered on master in Nepal and i also completed full paper of 2nd year exam from Nepal.But i had dropped some subjects in master 1st year.The 2nd year result has not been published yet.Now i am here without joining any university.So how i can continue my study here.I want to continue my study on this free time.So if anybody can give me the right solution then i will really appreciate u guys.And is it necessary to give Gre or Gmat?plz help.
There could be some more which do NOT require GRE for admission into their graduate programs... A few words of warning though: My info could be stale and might not apply at present. I suggest you to go through their websites and get the latest info.
And I agree with Prapta. If you ask me, someone who wants to avoid GRE/GMAT should seriously think about avoiding the graduate schooling altogether . With a name like yours (Sanjaya Shrestha), I would rather concentrate on something which can make my name shine further amongst others.
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