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This report shows the findings from the 2017 GMAC Application Trends Survey.
Findings of the Application Trends Survey 2017 highlight shifting demand away from U.S. programs.
Business schools use the Application Trends Survey to gauge market trends, benchmark against other schools and develop strategies, share results, and justify resources.
This report present the results of an updated survey showing the impact of the U.S. November 2016 election on international student applications to U.S. business schools.
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What is included in the 2017 GMAT release?
There are 2 changes included in the 2017 GMAT release:
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