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GMAT™ Bus Starts Second National Tour

The bus will make 28 stops this academic year. Its seven-month trip is scheduled to end May 7, 2008, at Washington State University in Pullman, Washington. Along the way, hundreds of people will climb aboard to take the GMAT exam, saving them the time and inconvenience of traveling to a permanent GMAT testing center.

Equipped with the same technology available at the hundreds of permanent GMAT test centers around the country, the full-length bus has six complete GMAT testing stations, high-speed data connectivity via satellite, and test takers experience the same check-in procedures as at a regular testing center.

Nearly 400 people took the GMAT on the Mobile Test Center during its inaugural tour last year. As a result of requests from participating schools, the bus will make longer stops during its 2007–08 tour to provide additional flexibility to test takers.


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