As the novel coronavirus COVID-19 spreads around the globe, many countries have closed standardized testing centers where MBA applicants would otherwise be taking GMAT and GRE exams. As a result, many schools are altering the deadlines and procedures for late-round MBA applications. Delaying Round 3 and Round 4 deadlines, or beginning to review applications without standardized test scores, are the most common ways in which schools are making changes. Schools will also begin conducting admissions interviews virtually and holding orientation events online as more shelter-in-place restrictions are implemented.

We’ve done our best to scour the Internet and reach out to schools to provide updates, particularly for the U.S.-based schools ranked in this past year’s Poets&Quants’ top-50 ranked MBA programs. Responses we’ve received from schools, as well as a chart with updated application deadlines and notes, are below.

Last updated on March 24, 2020

Stanford Graduate School of Business

No deadline or procedural changes at the moment.

Statement from GSB spokesperson:

“Our Round 3 deadline remains 08 April 2020 at 2:00pm Pacific Time. We understand the challenges that some applicants face in submitting an application on time. We also need to make sure we are able to meet the needs of all applicants as Round 3 includes defer-eligible applicants and applicants who wish to enroll directly in September 2020. We are keeping the deadline to ensure applicants who are applying for direct admission this fall have enough time to complete all of their pre-matriculation requirements and next steps related to housing, financial aid, etc. We will allow all applicants to submit required exam scores after the Round 3 deadline.”

Chicago Booth School of Business

No deadline or procedural changes at this moment. 

Comment from Booth spokesperson: “With everything being so fluid right now, we don’t have comment at the moment.”

Harvard Business School

Harvard Business School has extended its application deadline for the 2+2 program by two months to June 1. The school will also maintain a larger waitlist than normal, expecting a smaller amount of international admits actually being able to make it to campus this fall.

The University of Pennsylvania Wharton School

Round 3 applicants may submit applications without a standardized test score if their test was canceled. Round 3 deadline will be extended from April 1 to April 15. Advance Access is moved to May 27, also from April 1. More details from Wharton here.

Northwestern University Kellogg School of Management

Applicants can submit application materials without standardized test scores, but the test scores will eventually be needed for admission this year. The Kellogg Future Leaders deadline will be pushed back two months from April 2 to June 3. The new decision date will also be pushed back two months to July 29. GMAT and GRE scores are optional for current Northwestern students that already qualify for Kellogg Future Leaders. More updates from Kate Smith, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid here.

Statements from Kate Smith, assistant dean of admissions and financial aid at Kellogg:

“Kellogg is taking significant steps to prevent the spread of coronavirus and protect the health and well-being of our guests, prospective students, students, faculty and staff. Currently, our admissions criteria and application process remains unchanged. What will change is the fact we will not be able to meet in person for the time being. Despite this, we have exciting plans for virtual experiences and communications so that prospective students still have a means to picture themselves among the Kellogg community.

Applicants can submit to Kellogg without GMAT or GRE scores. We will proceed with an interview and an initial review of the applicant. If the applicant can submit a test score by May 1, we will make a decision for Round 3. If the applicant is unable to meet this deadline, we will work with each applicant and can push the decision to June. If the applicant is still not able to take the test we will transfer their application to next year.”

On applicants still wanting to apply this fall and beyond:

“Don’t let this get in the way of pursuing your dreams!  We are excited to review your application in the fall for our next class. While no one can predict exactly the impact COVID-19 will have or how long it will last, I can tell you that Kellogg thrives in times that demand innovation.  Our admissions team is preparing to support future applicants as much as required. Our faculty are innovating how their curriculum comes to life to ensure the core principles of team-based learning and collaboration remain true this Spring.  Our staff continue to find inventive new ways to ensure our Career Management Center, global experiences and leadership experiences remain best-in-class. So in short, you should continue forward with your plans – we can’t wait to meet you!”

MIT Sloan School of Management

No deadline or procedural changes to 2020 admissions planned at this moment.

Statement from Dawna Levenson, assistant dean, office of admissions at Sloan:

“At this time MIT Sloan does not have plans to change the R3 application deadline. We have delayed the application deadline for MBA Early Admission to June 2.”

Columbia Business School

Application deadline submitted to June 1. Allowing delay in test scores but will not make a decision until the test scores are submitted. More candidates are expected to be admitted “toward the end” of the application cycle in anticipation of many already admitted students unable to make it.

Statement from Columbia Business School spokesperson:

“The coronavirus is certainly impacting all industries. As it relates to MBA admissions, we proactively made adjustments in order to make applicant-friendly modifications. As you noted, we did extend our application deadline to June 1, 2020 from our normal April deadline. In addition, we are allowing the submission of applications without standardized test scores – GMAT, GRE and Executive Assessment – to accommodate test takers who have been affected by the worldwide suspension of testing. We will begin the review process for otherwise completed applications once they are submitted, however, we will not be able to render a final decision until a standardized test score is provided. 

We plan to admit more candidates toward the end of this application cycle in anticipation that some of our admitted students may struggle, for a variety of reasons, to start in August 2020. Our office remains open, albeit operating from a remote environment, and we’re happy to talk by phone about submitting an application, or about the School.”

University of California-Berkeley Haas School of Business

No deadline or procedural changes planned at this time.

Dartmouth Tuck School of Business

Conducting a “one-time Round 4” cycle for Round 3 applicants that need additional time.

Statement from the school:

“To accommodate all applicants, Tuck will maintain our Round 3 deadline of March 30, and we will also allow applications on a rolling basis thereafter in a one-time Round 4 for those who need additional time.

You can submit a Round 4 application on a rolling basis from April 1 to June 1.  We’ll return decisions on a rolling basis — as soon as possible, and typically within several weeks — from May 11 to July 1.”

Yale School of Management

Yale will extend the Round 3 test score submission deadline to April 24. The school will also add a Round 3 Extended deadline of May 27. Read more in an announcement from Bruce DelMonico here.

Statement from Bruce DelMonico, director of MBA admissions at Yale:

“We plan to keep our existing Round 3 deadline of April 14, for which we’ve already extended the test score submission deadline to April 24 to give candidates more time to take and submit their GMAT or GRE. In addition, we will be adding a Round 3 Extended deadline of May 27 for those candidates who are unable to submit their application by the standard Round 3 deadline, or whose applications are not complete by that deadline.  We will notify Round 3 Extended applicants of their admission decision by late June.

We’ve added the Round 3 Extended deadline in an effort to be flexible and sensitive to candidates who are undergoing significant disruptions and dislocations as a result of the growing global pandemic.  We want to do whatever we can to give candidates who wish to apply to Yale SOM this application season every possible opportunity to do so. At the same time, we decided to keep our existing Round 3 deadline and add a second one rather than pushing back the Round 3 deadline to give applicants who are ready to apply now the chance to receive a decision as soon as possible.  Especially for applicants who will need extra time to plan their transition to Yale, we wanted to provide as much time for them to do so. We feel that having both deadlines keeps as much flexibility for as many candidates as possible.”

University of Virginia Darden School of Business

Moving Round 3 deadline from April 6 to July 15. Also accepting ACT and SAT scores from undergraduate records in lieu of GMAT/GRE scores. 

“These steps are compatible with Darden’s holistic admissions process and enable us to show pragmatism, flexibility and compassion for our applicants while upholding our standards of demonstrated strong academic merit,” wrote Darden’s Executive Director of Admissions Dawna Clarke in a letter to prospective students. “Applicants are encouraged to document all alternative evidence of strong academic merit. In addition to undergraduate GPA, we will take into strong consideration the following examples of academic merit: certification programs, CPA, CFA and post-baccalaureate relevant coursework, among others.”

More on what Poets&Quants is calling “the most sweeping changes” to MBA admissions as a result of the coronavirus so far.

University of Michigan Ross School of Business

Round 3 deadline remains March 30th, but an extension to May 29 has also been added.

From a blog post by Soojin Kwan, managing director of full-time MBA admissions at Ross:

“Due to the impact that COVID-19 has had on GMAT/GRE testing opportunities, we are extending our Round 3 deadline. The priority deadline will remain March 30, but we will accept applications until May 29. Applications received after the priority deadline will be evaluated on a rolling basis. International applicants are highly encouraged to apply by the priority deadline in order to ensure enough time for visas to be processed.”

Cornell University SC Johnson School of Management

No known changes at this time.

Duke University Fuqua Business School

No known changes at this time.

New York University Stern School of Business

Stern has extended its final deadline to May 1.

Carnegie Mellon University Tepper School of Business

Round 4 deadline is still April 9, but unofficial test scores will be accepted to May 10 for the May 21 notification date. The extended rolling admissions period that typically ends in June will be extended further into the summer. Read the full update here.

University of Texas-Austin McCombs School of Business

International applicants may submit an application without a test score but will not be accepted until a test score is received. McCombs also launched a new Round 4 for domestic applicants.

From Rodrigo Malta, managing director of MBA admissions and recruitment at McCombs:

“For full time MBA international applicants:

Because of the current situation, the Texas McCombs Full-Time MBA program is being as flexible as possible with our round 3 deadline of March 31. For international applicants, we are allowing them to apply without test scores, with the applicant knowing that the Texas McCombs MBA program cannot render a decision until we receive the official score report. Depending on how long this takes, we would either consider the applicant in Round 3 or withdraw their application. 

For full time MBA domestic applicants:

Again, because of the current situation, the Texas McCombs Full-Time MBA program is being as flexible as possible. We are launching a fourth round deadline for domestic applicants.  Unfortunately, these deadlines are too late for international applicants because of visa requirements. If a domestic applicant is unable to apply in round 3, they can apply in our fourth round. The dates are as follows:

  •       Application deadline: April 28
  •       Deposit due: May 26
  •       Enrollment Deposit: June 9”

University of Southern California Marshall School of Business

No known changes at this time.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill Kenan-Flagler Business School

No known changes at this time.

University of Washington Foster School of Business

Opening a Round 4 application cycle with a deadline of May 19.

Statement from Washington spokesperson:

“The Foster Full-time MBA Program is opening a Round 4 application deadline for any applicants still considering starting their MBA in Autumn 2020. The Round 4 deadline is May 19, 2020. Please see the admissions website for more details and corresponding notification dates, and check out our application tips videos for help with crafting your strongest application.”

Emory University Goizueta Business School

No known changes at this time.

Indiana University Kelley School of Business

No known changes at this time.

Georgetown University McDonough School of Business

No known changes at this time. 

Rice University Jones Graduate School of Business

Application fees will be waived and Round 3 will be moved to rolling admissions. Applicants can also receive test requirement exceptions for the foreseeable future.

Statement from Janice Kennedy, executive director of MBA admissions at Jones:

“Rice Business continues to accept fall 2020 applications to their MBA and MAcc programs while the country responds to COVID-19. At the moment, we are waiving application fees and transitioning all Round 3 to rolling admission decisions. This includes our on-campus full-time, professional evening, professional weekend and executive MBA programs.

In response to the closure of GMAT/GRE test and prep centers around the world, and until further notice, we are pleased to offer applicants test requirement exceptions. When you submit your materials, we’ll assess on a case-by-case basis.

MBA@Rice, our online hybrid MBA, remains fully operational and is currently accepting applications for July 2020, October 2020 and January 2021. Application fee waivers remain available for early priority applicants. 

We’ve been busy on campus producing and delivering online classes and meeting the challenges in front of us. Online classes began March 13 with two, all day intensive learning experiences for our professional students and March 16 for our full-time students. We’re working diligently to keep the momentum going. While the majority of our online courses are being delivered from offices on campus or at home, some are delivered live from the classroom. Learn more.”

Georgia Institute of Technology Scheller College of Business

No known changes at this time.

Statement from Emily Sharkey, director of MBA admissions and operations

“We feel Scheller College is well-prepared to accommodate applicants applying at this time with our Round 4 deadline on April 1 and our Round 5 deadline, which is not until June 1. In addition, we will be more flexible with timing of submission of application pieces. For example, we will begin reviewing applications that may be missing one or two of the required letters of recommendation. We encourage prospects to reach out with any questions they may have about their application; our team is highly responsive.”

Vanderbilt University Owen Graduate School of Management

Waiving application fees for Round 3. Also allowing Round 3 applicants to submit with unofficial test scores. Adding a new Round 4 rolling application cycle with a Round 4 deadline of June 1, 2020.

“We are hearing from prospective students about the closures of test centers,” Sue Oldham, Associate Dean of MBA Operations said in an announcement from the school. “We want to remove as many barriers as possible to ease stress and anxiety. Adding this fourth round with rolling admissions will allow candidates to submit an application and move through the application process completely, where the only part remaining is the actual test score. Our promise, upon submission of that score when possible, is that candidates will have a decision within a week. In addition, we want to assure candidates that we will save a spot for them, should their plans for business school allow them to be able to join us in fall 2020.”

Washington University in St. Louis Olin Business School

No known changes at this time.

Statement from Ruthie Pyles Stiffler, assistant dean and director of admissions:

“We have consistently gone to a rolling basis after our final deadline. We will continue to do that and make accommodations for individuals impacted as needed.”

Brigham Young University Marriott School of Business

Extended Round 4 deadline from May 1 to May 31.

Pennsylvania State University Smeal College of Business

No known changes at this time.

University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management

No planned changes at this time.

Statement from Phil Miller, assistant dean for MBA and MS programs at Carlson:

“We are concerned for our candidates’ health and wellness and are staying abreast of GMAC & ETS online testing options. We will remain as flexible as we can for as long as we can.”

Michigan State University Broad College of Business

Working with individual applicants needing some flexibility and reviewing the possibility of extending Round 4 deadlines.

Statement from Scott Smith, director of admissions at Broad:

“First, we are working with students in need of flexibility on their decision deadlines as needed.  Additionally, we are currently reviewing our Round 4 deadline and will likely issue an extension in the coming weeks to accommodate candidates in this challenging time.”

Arizona State University W. P. Carey School of Business

No official changes at this point.

Statement from Kim Steinmetz, associate dean of graduate programs at Carey:

“We have not officially moved deadlines, but are working on an individual basis to support students who may have challenges meeting deadlines due to the rapid spread of the virus.  We are also working individually with students on standardized tests, as many testing centers have been shut down for over a month now.”

University of Wisconsin School of Business

No changes at this point.

Statement from Blair Sanford, assistant dean of MBA and Master’s programs: “Wisconsin’s final application deadline for our Full-Time MBA is June 1. We are open to extending our deadline in order to be as responsive and accommodating as possible on a case by case basis.”

The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business

Ohio State will be releasing some admissions decisions earlier to help accommodate with international student documents and final transcripts. The Fisher College will also move to a rolling admissions cycle after the final deadline.

Statement from Mike Halligan, senior director of graduate programs at Fisher:

“The Ohio State University Fisher College of Business does not have any plans to change our application deadlines. However, we are releasing some decisions earlier than we had originally planned in an effort to provide some students with additional time to complete post-admission processes such as international student documents, final/official transcripts, etc. We also will be moving to rolling admissions after our final application deadline so we can process and work with students who are applying later.”

University of Rochester Simon Business School

No changes at the moment.

University of California-Irvine Merage School of Business

No changes at this point.

University of Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business

No known changes at this moment.

Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business

No changes at this point.

University of Florida Hough Graduate School of Business

No changes at this point.

Statement from John Gresley, assistant dean and director of MBA programs:

“We have advised our applicants that we are proceeding as planned with program starts. We have always used a deadline as a focal point with language that we do rolling admissions until classes are full, so that remains true in this environment. Additionally, we told them we anticipate it will take up to four weeks (double the normal turn around) to process applications so they should plan to have all materials submitted 1 month prior to the published start date.”

Boston University Questrom School of Business

No changes at this point.

University of Maryland Smith School of Business

No changes at this point.

University of Texas-Dallas Jindal School of Management

No immediate changes, but considering waiving test scores.

Statement from Lisa Shatz, assistant dean of MBA programs at Jindal:

“We haven’t done anything formal yet but we are looking at considering waiving the test scores for PMBA students based on their educational background and work experience. We are still working out the details to ensure that they have the quantitative ability to do well in our programs. We are considering the same for Full-time but that one is still a little more up in the air.”

Texas A&M University Mays Business School

No changes at this time.

Statement from Patti Cudney, director of MBA recruiting and admissions: “At this time we are not changing anything but will monitor what’s happening globally and consider them if needed in the future.”

University of Georgia Terry College of Business

Georgia Terry will review applications before having standardized test scores, but those scores will eventually be required for admissions. Extending the Round 5 deadline to August 5 and trying to be flexible with a case-by-case basis.

Statement from Deirdre Kane, director of admissions for full-time MBA dual-degree programs:
“We are doing two things right now: 1) reviewing applications before having a GMAT/GRE/TOEFL/IELTS score, though these scores are required before we issue a decision, and 2) extending the Round 5 deadline to August 5. This information is posted on our home page and will be updated as the situation changes. As most everyone else, we are following the news and will make changes to these policies as needed. Because COVID-19 impacts vary by region/country, we will be as flexible as possible on a case-by-case basis. As always, we encourage candidates to contact us directly if they need assistance.”

University of California-Davis School of Business

No changes at this point.

Purdue University Krannert School of Management

No changes at this point.

University of Tennessee-Knoxville Haslam College of Business

Extending application deadlines to April 15 for international applicants and July 1 for domestic applicants. Will begin to evaluate applications without test scores.

Statement from Tom Bates, director of admissions for graduate business programs at Haslam:

“We also are offering the option to conduct applicant interviews online instead of face to face and will evaluate applications without a test score while waiting for the GMAT, GRE testing sites to re-open.”

Fordham University Gabelli School of Business

Fordham has extended its Round 4 and 5 application deadlines to May 15 and June 5, respectively. Allowing late test scores and official transcript submissions and have “slightly relaxed” the standardizes test score waiver policy.

P&Q MBA Rank School Name Round 2 Notifications Round 3 Deadline Round 3 Notifications Notes
1 Stanford Graduate School of Business 2-Apr-20 8-Apr-20 21-May-20 No timeline or procedural changes.
2 Chicago Booth School of Business 19-Mar-20 2-Apr-20 21-May-20 No timeline or procedural changes.
3 Harvard Business School 31-Mar-20 June 1, 2020 (2+2) July 28, 2020 (2+2) 2+2 application deadline and notification delayed two months, larger waitlist being kept.
4 Wharton at University of Pennsylvania 26-Mar-20 1-Apr-20 8-May-20 No timelines changes, but Round 3 applicants may submit without a standardized test score.
5 Northwestern Kellogg School of Management 25-Mar-20 8-Apr-20 13-May-20 Applicants can submit applications without GMAT/GRE scores until June 1, 2020.
6 MIT Sloan School of Management 31-Mar-20 9-Apr-20 7-May-20 No timeline or procedural changes to 2020 admissions. Delaying MBA early admission to June 2.
7 Columbia Business School N/A 1-Jun-20 N/A Standardized test scores may be submitted until July 1, 2020
8 UC Berkeley Haas School of Business 26-Mar-20 2-Apr-20 7-May-20 No timeline or procedural changes.
9 Dartmouth Tuck School of Business 12-Mar-20 30-Mar-20 7-May-20 Conducting a “one-time”” Round 4 for Round 3 applicants that need more time”
10 Yale School of Management 24-Mar-20 14-Apr-20 19-May-20 Extending Round 3 test score deadline to April 24 and creating a Round 3 Extended deadline of May 27.
11 Virginia Darden School of Business 18-Mar-20 6-Apr-20 6-May-20 No timeline or procedural changes.
12 Michigan Ross School of Business 18-Mar-20 29-May-20 8-May-20 Extended Round 3 deadline from March 30 to May 29. International students still recommended to submit by March 30 deadline.
13 Cornell SC Johnson School of Management N/A 8-Apr-20 8-May-20 No known changes at this time.
14 Duke Fuqua Business School 19-Mar-20 11-Mar-20 20-Apr-20 No known changes at this time.
15 UC Los Angeles Anderson School of Management 26-Mar-20 16-Apr-20 21-May-20 No known changes at this time.
16 New York University Stern School of Business 1-Apr-20 15-Mar-20 1-Jun-20 Extended final deadline to May 1.
17 Carnegie Mellon Tepper School of Business 4-Mar-20 2-Mar-20 4-May-20 Test score date extended for April 9 Round 4 deadline.
18 UT Austin McCombs School of Business 26-Mar-20 31-Mar-20 7-May-20 Creating a new Round 4 cycle for domestic students.
19 Southern California Marshall School of Business 31-Mar-20 1-Mar-20 15-May-20 No known changes at this time.
20 North Carolina Kenan-Flagler Business School 2-Mar-20 2-Mar-20 14-Apr-20 No known changes at this time.
21 Washington Foster School of Business 31-Mar-20 17-Mar-20 22-May-20 Opening a Round 4 application cycle with a May 19 deadline.
22 Emory Goizueta Business School 13-Mar-20 20-Mar-20 1-May-20 Dates listed are for Round 3 and 4. No known changes at this time.
23 Indiana Kelley Business School 15-Mar-20 1-Mar-20 30-Apr-20 Round 4 deadline is April 15. No known changes at this time.
24 Georgetown McDonough School of Business N/A 24-Mar-20 N/A Round 4 deadline is April 27. No known changes at this time.
25 Rice Jones Graduate School of Management N/A Rolling Rolling Everything is rolling as of now, waiving application fees, and admittting without standardized test scores.
26 Georgia Tech Scheller College of Business N/A 1-Apr-20 15-May-20 April 1 is the Round 4 deadline. No known changes at this time.
27 Notre Dame Mendoza School of Business N/A 17-Mar-20 1-May-20 Round 4 deadline is April 14. No known changes at this time.
28 Vanderbilt Owen Graduate School of Management 27-Mar-20 6-Apr-20 4-May-20 Waiving Round 3 application fees and not requiring official test scores. Adding a new Round 4.
29 Washington University in St. Louis Olin Business School 10-Mar-20 18-Mar-20 28-Apr-20 No known changes at this time.
30 Brigham Young Marriott School of Business N/A 1-May-20 N/A May 1 is Round 4 deadline. No known changes at this time.
31 Pennsylvania State Smeal College of Business 1-Apr-20 1-Apr-20 1-Jun-20 No known changes at this time.
32 University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management N/A 1-Apr-20 15-May-20 April 1 is the Round 4 deadline. A Round 5 is also available. No changes at this point.
33 Michigan State Broad College of Business 17-Apr-20 1-Apr-20 8-May-20 Round 3 and 4 dates listed. No updates at this time.
34 Arizona State W. P. Carey School of Business 3-Apr-20 1-Apr-20 5-Jun-20 April 1 is a Round 4 deadline. No official changes but working with applicants on an individual basis.
35 Wisconsin School of Business 24-Apr-20 10-Apr-20 22-May-20 April 10 is Round 4. Final deadline is June 1. No changes at this point.
36 Ohio State Fisher College of Business 17-Apr-20 10-May-20 27-May-20 May 10 is the Round 4 deadline. Fisher will move to rolling admissions after final deadline.
37 University of Rochester Simon Business School 15-Apr-20 31-Mar-20 15-May-20 March 31 is a Round 4 deadline. No changes at this time.
38 UC Irvine Merage School of Business 3-Apr-20 1-Apr-20 29-May-20 April 1 is a Round 4 deadline.
39 Pittsburgh Katz Graduate School of Business 15-Apr-20 1-Apr-20 15-May-20 April 1 is Round 4 deadline. No changes at this point.
40 Southern Methodist Cox School of Business N/A 27-Apr-20 N/A April 27 is a Round 4 deadline
41 Florida Hough Graduate School of Business N/A N/A N/A No changes at this time.
42 Boston Questrom School of Business 6-Mar-20 16-Mar-20 6-May-20 No changes.
43 Maryland Smith School of Business 15-Mar-20 15-Jan-20 15-Apr-20 No changes.
44 Texas-Dallas Jindal School of Management 15-Apr-20 1-May-20 15-Jun-20 May 1 is Round 4 deadline. No official changes at this point.
45 Texas A&M Mays College of Business N/A 22-Apr-20 N/A No changes at this time.
46 Georgia Terry College of Business 10-Mar-20 1-May-20 1-Jun-20 May 1 is a Round 4 deadline. Extending Round 5 deadline to August 5.
47 UC Davis Graduate School of Management N/A 24-Mar-20 N/A April 13 is Round 4
48 Purdue Krannert School of Management N/A 1-May-20 N/A No changes at this time.
49 Tennessee-Knoxville Haslam College of Business N/A 1-Apr-20 N/A Moving final deadlines to April 15 for international applicants and July 1 for domestic applicants.
50 Fordham Gabelli School of Business N/A May 15, 2020 N/A Extended its Round 4 and 5 application deadlines to May 15 and June 5, respectively. Allowing late test scores and official transcript submissions and have “slightly relaxed” the standardizes test score waiver policy.

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