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GMAT™ Mobile Testing Launches in Stockton, California

The GMAT Mobile Test Center is a full-length bus, equipped with the same high-tech facilities present at permanent testing centers around the world. The bus includes six complete GMAT testing stations, high-speed data connectivity via satellite, and electronic security systems. During its seven-month sojourn, the GMAT Mobile Test Center will visit 49 sites in 27 states. Stops include several military installations, historically black colleges and universities, and Hispanic-serving institutions.

Many of the colleges and universities on the GMAT mobile test center route are at least 45 miles from the nearest testing center; all sites except the military bases have an on-campus MBA program (full-time or part-time) and received at least 100 score reports in 2005.

"This nationwide tour is all about access," says GMAC President Dave Wilson. "We are committed to making the GMAT [exam] as convenient as possible for a diverse population of men and women who are interested in going to business school."

Those interested in signing up may do so by going to Test takers at the Mobile Test Center will be asked to provide the same biometric data as those at other sites. They may send score reports to a maximum of five schools.

For more information about the GMAT bus, including a list of destinations, go to

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