Quote from suvatata94
Please help with the names of the schools that waive GRE for Post-Master students.
Is any particular schools that accept more applicants then others.?
It isn't clear why it is that you want to waive the GRE, (cost, time to schedule, the intimidation factor of a computer generated test that measures vocab and basic math, basic geometry and writing.)
To me, the GRE seemed to test just the basics BUT, was a stressful test. One which has aged out at five years for me so, of all things, I need to re-take it for my new application!! I took it the first time for my Masters program.
I think the GRE website says that if you have an undergraduate degree, (maybe I read it somewhere else) that you'd likely average 500, 500 v+q. Anyway, it is a stress and a cost.
I'm not sure if the GRE will waive any costs or if there are any agencies that would help with the cost.
FWIW I think if you can take the CAT NCLEX then you will do well on the GRE. There are GRE Study guides and preps that you can check out at libraries as well and...well, this may all be a waste of time because I do not know your reasons for desiring to waive the GRE.