India outclasses US in GMAT scores

India has reasons to cheer when it comes to GMAT, one of the world’s most popular exams for MBA. One, the ever-rising number of women taking the exam; and, two, one of the highest GMAT scores in the past five years.
The number of women seeking admission to MBA courses globally has seen a significant jump in the past few years, making them almost 43% of the total candidates. This is true in India too, with the number of women taking GMAT going up to 7,812 from 6,714 five years ago, says “The profile of GMAT Candidates: 2007-08 to 2011-12”, released by the Graduate Management Admission Council, the testing agency.

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