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Business schools that accept GRE® scores may not only get more applicants to choose from, they get more diversity as well. Worldwide, more people took a GRE test in 2011 than ever before.* It's no wonder a rapidly growing number of business schools are accepting GRE scores to grow their pie — including top MBA programs at Harvard, IE, INSEAD, MIT Sloan and Stanford.

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Accepting GRE scores can mean enjoying a bigger pie with a bigger, more diversified applicant pool. See how easy it is to start by contacting an ETS representative at or by calling +1-609-683-2002.

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List of Accepting Schools

More and more business schools are accepting GRE scores for their MBA programs. See the growing list of business schools that accept GRE scores today.

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GRE® Comparison Tool

The GRE® Comparison Tool for Business Schools is an easy-to-use application that will help you become familiar with GRE scores and compare them with GMAT® scores.

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GRE® Search Service

In just 15 minutes, you can expand your recruitment efforts by reaching more pre-qualified applicants who have opted to receive information from programs like yours. Search hundreds of thousands of prospects by self-reported student GPA in combination with GRE Verbal, Quantitative, Analytical Writing or Subject Test score bands, as well as by gender, geography and more.

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A Good Business Decision

This informative six-minute video features students and administrators discussing the GRE® revised General Test and its benefits for MBA admissions.

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* Based on 2011 GRE General Test and GRE revised General Test volumes. Demographic data is based on self-reported answers for U.S. test takers with reportable scores. is neither affiliated with the authors of this page nor responsible for its contents. This is a safe-cache copy of the original web site.