emagdnim Posted September 25, 2012 Share Posted September 25, 2012 Greetings Everyone, I am thinking about applying to NYU's Wagner school to aquire a Master of Public Administration degree. After browsing their website, I noticed that they do not require the GRE/GMAT, but strongly reccomend it. I have not taken either test, nor do I plan to before the end of this year. However, I do not wish to apply for the 2013 Fall semester which puts me between a rock and a hard place. I am hoping other factors on my application will help gain admission, here are two; -Undergrad 3.77 Cumulative GPA / 3.95 Major GPA -Currently working as a paralegal at a D.A's office (3 years) Given the above information should I even bother to apply considering I wont have the GRE/GMAT scores to go with it? If not, I rather save the $85 and put that towards food or bills. Any help is appreciated. Thanks Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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