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Universal Demand For GMAT Exam Has Increased Tremendously

By Zeke Lee

Throughout the world, the demand for GMAT is better than ever. As compared to the previous years, many more students, on the word of conventional astuteness , have been interested in applying for Business Schools this year. However, as the growth velocity among this group is much more beyond the period, the majority in the growing GMAT testing volume data is actually accounted for non-local test-takers. It is indeed competitive out there and there is a tidal wave of number of new Business school applicants.

The GMAT fashion are bound to transform the marketplace for the regional business schools. Furthermore, a more harsh market for the recruitment of the talent of students and changes in the local student populations masquerade major tests to Business school pipelines. The GMAT Testing Centers have exceeded to 500, thus, globally increasing the demand for GMAT. In the last hardly any years, it has increased to more than 25 percent.

All Test Centers for Gmat have steadfast check-in procedures and security measures for the test as well as they mark a design that permits finest monitoring of all the individuals taking the test. The executive vice president of GMAC, Peg Jobst, rightly states that increase in the quantity of GMAT test centers will provide business schools with larger amounts of applicants to choose from.

Moreover, the number of test takers for GMAT last year were almost 267,000 which is a record in a year, in the history of the GMAT. The GMAT testing ability is progressing internationally and becoming all the more diverse, apart from the increasing rate of test takers. In addition, the record breaking fact is that extra non-U.S. citizens were applying rather than Americans for the GMAT test.

India has shown huge figures in playing a essential role in the globalization of GMAT. The rate of Indian candidates who have taken the GMAT test during the previous five years has increased to 128 percent.

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Lee, Zeke "Universal Demand For GMAT Exam Has Increased Tremendously." Universal Demand For GMAT Exam Has Increased Tremendously. 26 Aug. 2010. uberarticles.com. 27 Sep 2014 <http://uberarticles.com/business/universal-demand-for-gmat-exam-has-increased-tremendously/>.

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