Beginning this year, the MBA program is accepting either the GRE or the GMAT to be considered for admission to the Working Professional MBA program. That being said, the GMAT is the only standardized test that was specifically designed to help predict success in core MBA classes. If you have not taken either test and you are debating about which one to take, we do prefer the GMAT. If, on the other hand, you have already taken the GRE, by all means feel free to submit those scores with your MBA application.
Since we have not been accepting the GRE for a long time, we do not have historic data to provide with respect to class averages or score ranges. What I can tell you is that the average GMAT of the class that entered in 2012 was a 621. If you take a quick look at the comparison tool below, you can get an idea of how GRE scores compare to GMAT scores. This is obviously just a rough guide, but may help to give you some insight into the score ranges we will be looking for. For additional information on Fisher’s test score requirements, click here.