GMAT Participating Institutes 2017: GMAT is one of the most popular exams for business school aspirants. Business schools around the world accept GMAT score for admission to their various management programmes. In 2016, 261,248 GMAT exams were taken, a major improvement over 2015 where, a total of 247,432 GMAT exams were taken by business school aspirants around the world.
A total of 561,866 score reports were sent to graduate level management programmes of all types. The GMAT 2017 test score is accepted for admission at over 2000 universities worldwide across 82 countries.
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Some of the major countries which have GMAT participating institutes 2017 are the USA, Australia, Canada and many business schools in Europe and Asia. Needless to say, the USA has the most number of GMAT score accepting business schools in the world. Of course, the cut-off for GMAT in the USA is also among highest in the world. Below are some of the top business schools accepting GMAT 2017 scores in the USA.
GMAT participating institutes in USA with score requirement:
Stanford University- Stanford Graduate School of Business
University of Chicago – Booth School of Business
Harvard Business School
University of Pennsylvania-Wharton
Kellogg School of Management
Dartmouth College – Tuck School of Business
Columbia Business School
Duke University-Fuqua School of Business
Samuel Curtis Johnson Graduate School of Management
University of Michigan
Stephen M. Ross School of Business
GMAT 2017 is scored on a scale of 700–800. According to GMAC, two-thirds of the test takers score between 400–600. In the USA, many of the top GMAT participating institutes accept score above 700. Apart from USA, Canada and some European business schools, too, have high GMAT score requirements. However, in countries like Australia and New Zealand, the GMAT participating institutes have a lower GMAT cut-off as the GMAT participating institutes 2017 give more preference to candidates who have substantial work experience.
GMAT is a standardised computer adaptive test to evaluate the analytical, quantitative and verbal skills of a management school aspirant.
It is used as a primary criteria for admission into a wide range of management programs like Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Accountancy and Master of Finance programs. GMAT 2017 eligibility criteria has no specific details. The aspirant should have completed their undergraduate program. GMAT 2017 test pattern consists of four sections, namely, Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal. The candidate is given three and half hours to complete the exam.
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