The graduate business programs at Loyola University Maryland’s Sellinger School of Business and Management will now accept GRE scores for those applicants who have already taken the GRE® revised General Test (August 2011 and after).
Programs that require the GMAT include the Professional’s MBA, Master of Science in Finance, Emerging Leaders MBA, and Accounting Certificate program. More information about each program’s admissions guidelines may be found on the program pages.
While the GRE® revised General Test can be converted to a predicted GMAT score due to recent changes in the format of the exam, the GMAT exam is the preferred test score for all programs due to the exam’s historical quality as a predictor of success in the programs. GRE scores and student success will continue to measured and evaluated. Both ETS and GMAC use comparison tools to put students' scores into perspective. Many MBA programs that accept the GRE use a comparison tool offered by ETS as a benchmark for business school applicants. Please refer to the GRE Comparison Tool at www.ets.org to learn more.
The Professional’s MBA, Master of Science in Finance, and Accounting Certificate programs are still accepting applications with rolling admission as space is available for the summer term beginning in late May. The Emerging Leaders MBA will accept applications with rolling admission through July 1.
If you have any questions about, or the GRE vs. GMAT, please contact the office of graduate admissions at 410-617-5020 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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