MIT M.Fin

When b-schools accept GMAT or GRE it seems that more preference is given to GMAT. Since MIT's M.Fin accepts both scores which would be the better to submit? Thanks.

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Comments (3)

Jul 3, 2010

If all else were equal in regards to the admissions process, I would still take the GMAT because it can be used as a recruiting metric for after MIT. Also, it can get you into MBA programs if you apply within the same 5 year period.

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Jul 3, 2010

Agree with above.

Also check out some previous posts on MIT's MFin. I believe tuition is 80K and the program just rolled out this year.

Jul 4, 2010