The Indian Institute of Management (IIMs) are mulling over reducing the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) cutoff to attract more foreign students. The new changes will be applicable for the courses one year full time MBA and two-year management programme (PGP).
Now, the GMAT cutoff is over 700. The score is too high for the candidates as many of them don’t even get qualified for the interview round. This is one major reason why there is a demand for the change in the GMAT cut off. With the new change, it is expected that more foreign students will join the IIMs and there will be“citizen diversity” in the campuses.
For example, the IIM Ahmedabad (IIM-A) has a GMAT cutoff for foreign students of 760. Some of the candidates in the past few years got a score between 695 and 728.
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