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GRE and grad schools

sunshine02sunshine02 Registered User Posts: 401 Member
edited June 2012 in GRE Prep
Is the GRE required for every grad/prof. school? I know that for med school you just take the MCAT instead of GRE, and I think for law school you take the LSAT instead of GRE (someone correct me if I'm wrong). What about other professional schools, or are those the only two grad schools that you don't have to take the GRE?
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