GMAC® Interactive Research
All the detailed, reliable data you expect from GMAC with more graphical displays and user-selected views.
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Note: Many of our detailed interactive reports are available only to registered users from GMAT accepting programs or GMAC member schools. To access those reports, you will be prompted to log in.
Our Latest Releases
- 2014: How Do I Pay for Business School?
This supplemental interactive report from five years of data collected in the mba.com Prospective Students Survey (2009 and 2013) shows trends in the expected financial mix that prospective students plan to use to pay for their graduate management education. See results by citizenship, domestic or international study destination, the type of graduate management program considered, gender, and age group. This interactive tool accompanies the 2014 Data-to-Go brief: Paying for Business School.
- 2014 mba.com Prospective Students Survey Interactive Research Tool
This interactive data research report presents detailed results about the motivations, preferences, program choices, needs, and opinions of thousands of individuals who are considering applying to a graduate business school program. This report represents data collected from more than 12,000 prospective students who registered on mba.com from October 2012 through September 2013. Release date: April 2014
- GMAT Trends Tracker 2013
This interactive companion to the Profile of GMAT Candidates, TY 2008-09 to TY 2012-13, lets you view most of the data within the latest Profile by test-taker segment using either graphs or tables. The tool also lets you download and save the tables for further use. Release date: November 2013
- 2013 mba.com Prospective Students Survey Interactive Research Tool
This interactive report presents detailed results about the motivations, preferences, program choices, needs, and opinions of thousands of individuals contemplating applying to a graduate business school program. This report represents data collected from more than 31,000 prospective students in 2011 and 2012. Release date: April 2013
- 2013 Alumni Perspectives Survey Data Report
This interactive report presents detailed results about alumni employment, career progression, and assessments of their education for the classes of 2000 to 2012 from the September 2012 survey. Release date: January 2013
- Prospective Student Views From Across the Globe, Volume 4, Issue 6: 2012 Future Entrepreneurs Data Report
This interactive report presents detailed results for future entrepreneurs who registered on mba.com and participated in our ongoing monthly online survey during 2011. Release date: October 2012
Technical Assistance: Our interactive reports published any time after January 2014 are best viewed in Internet Explorer 10+, Google Chrome, Safari, or iOS web browsers. Older reports can still be viewed on your computer using Adobe Flash Player, version 10.0 or newer. You can obtain a free copy of the latest Flash Player from the following website: http://www.adobe.com/support/flashplayer/downloads.html
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