GRE Information

The GRE is a standardized assessment accepted as an alternative test for the GMAT to apply for the MBA program at Gonzaga. The GRE will evaluate your verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and analytical writing. Students applying to the MAcc or MSTax program must take the GMAT; the GRE is not accepted for MAcc or MSTax applicants.

Due to COVID-19, Gonzaga is accepting the online GRE alternative. Here is the link to register.

Gonzaga accepts GRE scores equivalent to a minimum of 500 on the GMAT. Students are also required to have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher. Students with below a 3.0 must score proportionately higher on the exam to be eligible for admission. To achieve an acceptable score, you can retake the GRE once every 21 days up to a maximum of 5 times in any 12 month period.

GRE to GMAT Conversion Scale

GRE General Information Sheet

If you have any questions regarding the GRE exam, please contact Stacey Chatman, Assistant Director for Admissions, at

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