Historically, one of the important criteria for you to get into a good MBA program was your score on the Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT. Most universities believed that the higher your score on this standardized test, the more likely that you would be able to succeed in graduate school. Over the years, however, the thinking on this has begun to change. Some schools are starting to realize that how well you do on a test is not always indicative of how you will perform in the classroom. So many schools, both online and on campus programs, have begun to reconsider.You might think that only lower tier MBA schools would drop the GMAT requirement, but that’s not the case. In recent years, there have been many higher ranked universities that no longer require GMAT scores. Read on to learn about the top MBA schools who no longer require this test.