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Hi,

I'm going into 3rd year and I'm pretty sure I want to go on to do an Msc in management, however I've had different people give me conflicting advice about applying and the need for a GMAT.

After looking myself it appears it isn't necessary for most courses (apart from maybe LBS?) as I'm doing my undergraduate studies in the UK. Is this correct?

Sorry if I haven't been clear enough.
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Hello showmethemonies,

The best advice I can give you is to visit the universities’ websites or contact their admissions office to get confirmation on whether or not a GMAT score is required.

To browse and compare schools that offer M.Sc. in Management courses and accept a GMAT score you can use our School Finder: http://www.mba.com/global/find-and-compare-schools.aspx
Please be aware that accepting the GMAT exam does not necessarily mean it is obligatory.

In case you decide to do the GMAT exam be mindful of school application deadlines when you register and bear in mind that you need time to prepare for the exam.
For more information about the GMAT exam please visit: http://www.mba.com/global/the-gmat-exam/about-the-gmat-exam.aspx

Free GMAT Prep Software to see what the exam is like: http://www.mba.com/global/the-gmat-exam/prepare-for-the-gmat-exam/test-prep-materials/free-gmat-prep-software.aspx

If you have any further questions, please feel free to message us.

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