All candidates are required to take the GMAT, GRE, or EA* exam. These tests may be taken up to two weeks after the posted application deadline for the round in which you are applying. If you are unable to take the GMAT/GRE/EA during this time, please contact our office, as we process special requests for additional time on a case-by-case basis.
If you are planning to take the exam after you submit your application (either your first attempt or retaking an exam), please make sure you enter your future test date in your application, and email a copy of your unofficial score report to our office as soon as possible after the exam. All applications without an unofficial test score will be considered incomplete, and we cannot guarantee a decision by the posted notification deadline for incomplete applications.
*In addition to the GMAT or GRE, applicants with 8 or more years of work experience as of the start of the fall semester may take the Executive Assessment (EA) instead.
Remember that test scores are just one part of your application, and there is no minimum score required.
COVID-19: In response to social distancing and stay-at-home measures, Berkeley Haas is currently accepting online GMAT, GRE, and EA* test scores. This new format enables you to take exams virtually while being monitored by a proctor online.
For Fall 2021 admission, we accept official scores only from exams taken on or after October 1, 2015. Berkeley Haas keeps test score reports on file for two years only.
You may send us your exam results using the following institution codes:
NOTE: It is the applicant's responsibility to notify us at email@example.com of new test scores and/or future exam dates for consideration.
Applicants must make arrangements directly with Pearson Vue to sit for the GMAT or EA, or ETS for the GRE, or to send results of previous tests to Berkeley Haas. To schedule a test date and for information regarding the GMAT, visit MBA.com. For more information about the GRE, please visit www.ets.org/gre. For more information about the Executive Assessment, please visit www.gmac.com/executive-assessment.
You may also want to download our GMAT/GRE test prep tips.