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GMAT® Registration Volume Surpasses 47,000

Year-to-date GMAT® registration volume through February 29, 2008—47,592 worldwide—shows an 11.82% increase over the number of registrations recorded during the same period in 2007.

The number of GMAT® registrations in the United States during the first two months of calendar year 2008 increased 5.53% compared with registration volume during the comparable period in 2007. Outside the United States, registration volume increased 24.22% during the period.

Current year-to-date worldwide registration volume is greater than comparable figures for each of the years studied.

GMAT® registrations in the United States during the first months of calendar year 2008 outnumber registrations in the United States for each of the other years studied.

GMAT® registration volume outside the United States exceeds comparable figures for each of the years studied.

GMAT® Testing Volume Surpasses 38,000
Year-to-date GMAT® volume through February 29, 2008—38,183 worldwide—shows a 12.33% increase when compared to the number of tests taken during the same period in 2007.

The number of GMAT® tests taken in the United States during the first two months of calendar year 2008 increased 7.08 % compared with testing volume during the same period in 2007. Outside the United States, testing volume increased 21.92% during the period.

The following table displays the four-year trend in GMAT® volume through the first two months of each calendar year:

Current year-to-date worldwide volume is greater than comparable figures for each of the years studied.

The number of GMAT® tests taken in the United States during the first two months of calendar year 2008 exceeds the number of tests taken in the United States during each of the years studied.

GMAT® tests taken outside the United States during this time period outnumber the volume of tests taken outside the United States for each of the years studied.

*In January 2006, GMAC® transitioned to a new vendor.

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