The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is the most widely used assessment for graduate management admissions. Visit the GMAT Guide to learn about the structure of the GMAT test and useful tips to help prepare.
The GRE may also be taken as a substitute of the GMAT exam, however, we prefer you take the GMAT. The GRE is more focused on writing instead of the analytical reasoning. Visit the official GRE website to learn about the structure of the exam.
Information for Successful GMAT/GRE Preparation
Schedule your GMAT or GRE test at least three months prior to the application deadline. It takes time for your official score to get to RIT. They could book up quickly!
How Do I Schedule my GMAT or GRE?
GMAT & GRE Prep Classes at RIT
Additional GMAT Resources
Additional GRE Resources
Most applicants to Saunders College graduate programs must submit a GMAT score. Saunders College may grant GMAT waivers for applicants with a PhD, MD, or JD from a university in the United States. The MS in Management, MS in Entrepreneurship and Innovative Ventures and the Executive MBA have program specific GMAT waiver options. Executive MBA programs applicants are not required to submit GMAT scores due to minimum work experience requirements.
What is the GMAT?
The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive standardized test required by graduate business schools. It consists of four main sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Analysis (math), and Verbal Analysis (reading comprehension). The GMAT does not test you on business-related concepts. To learn more about the GMAT, visit the official website at mba.com.
I have a 4.0 GPA. Do I have to take the GMAT?
Most applicants to Saunders College graduate programs must submit a GMAT score. Saunders College grants GMAT waivers for applicants with a PhD, MD, or JD from a university in the United States. Please review our Saunders College of Business undergraduate GMAT waiver request form for Saunders alumni. Please review our degree specific admissions requirements for details on additional GMAT Waiver options that exist for qualified students of select programs.