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GMAC and Vantage Learning Release Software to Help Prospective MBAs Sharpen Writing Skills

The software, GMAT Write, includes several of features to help prospective MBA students evaluate their strengths and weaknesses and build confidence as writers. GMAT Write was designed by Vantage Learning, using material provided by GMAC. It is endorsed by GMAC.

GMAT Write grades essays with the Vantage-designed IntelliMetric automated scoring engine—the same technology used to score essays written for the Analytical Writing Assessment, a component of the GMAT exam. This enables GMAT Write to provide a test-preparation experience that accurately simulates the writing portion of the exam.

“GMAC is pleased to offer as robust a tool as GMAT Write to help people strengthen their writing skills,” said Peg Jobst, senior vice president of GMAC Services. “We are dedicated to providing prospective MBAs with the best test-preparation materials available—and excited about working with Vantage to accomplish this mission.”

“It is natural that we extend our suite of GMAC-endorsed products to include preparation tools for the GMAT exam,” said Paul Edelblut, vice president of Vantage Learning. “Candidates using GMAT Write will be scored by the same artificial intelligence engine that scores the actual GMAT exam. There is no better tool on the market right now to help people prepare for the writing portion of the GMAT.”

Information and registration for GMAT Write can be found at the Vantage Online Store and at, GMAC's online portal for prospective business school students.

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