Currently I'm working my way towards my masters via a program through edX called "micromasters" where I can earn credit towards my degree before I'm actually in a graduate school. This specific program, if you're curious: http://www.rit.edu/ritonline/cs-mm
It'll still be about half a year before I complete those courses, but once I do I'll need to take either the GMAT or the GRE. I know business schools prefer GMAT, but I have found that all the universities that I've looked at are also OK with the GRE. Is it better then for me to take the GRE to help me out on additional Masters I might want to get? After I get my first Masters, will they even still care about those scores?
One side thing about this is that I found a prep school near me looking for tutors that they'd pay over $100/hr for GMAT tutors who had achieved 99th percentile on that test, which while I know that's a pretty difficult achievement I'd still like to try because $100/hr is a hell of a deal even though the job only offers 5 hr per week (even better if my hours are short since I'd still want to keep my day job if I became a tutor). So yeah that has me kind of leaning that way. But if I'd also have to take the GRE if I wanted to get, say, a Computer Science degree, then I'd rather just do the GRE and be done with it.