Learn About the GMAT® Exam
GMAT® exam scores allow admissions officers to compare candidates from around the world.
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Christopher Storer, Executive Director of Graduate Programs and Admissions at George Washington University, explains how they use the GMAT Exam in their admissions process.
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More than 6,000 programs offered by more than 2,100 universities and institutions in 114 countries use the GMAT exam as part of the selection criteria for their programs.
For more than 60 years, we at GMAC have committed to helping you find the best candidates for your graduate management program. The GMAT exam is the only standardized assessment test created by management schools for management programs. The GMAT exam—combined with our comprehensive portfolio of research products, market insight, and candidate search tools—will result in success for your program.
Reliable and Available at Test Centers Around the World
The GMAT exam is a highly reliable predictor of student performance, as well as the most powerful tool available to graduate management admissions professionals for measuring the skills students need to succeed in today’s classroom. Available in 114 countries with testing in over 600 test centers around the world, the GMAT exam gives you a valid prediction of a student's likely academic performance. The GMAT measures analytical writing and problem solving abilities, and addresses data sufficiency, logic and critical reasoning—all essential skills in business and management.
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