Ashish Bhardwaj, Vice President Asia Pacific, Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) took us inside the world of GMAT.There has been a steady growth in the acceptance of GMAT scores amongst business schools in India. In 2007, the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) scores were accepted at 37 different programmes in 23 business schools across the country. Today, GMAT scores are accepted for nearly 185 programmes at 83 business schools in India. This represents a 300 per cent growth in acceptance in just five years.
The test has already been ratified, by the All India Council for Technical Education (AICTE) and the Supreme Court of India, as one of the admission tests whose scores can be accepted to admit candidates for PGDM programmes approved by AICTE. This has further enhanced the acceptance of results among Indian institutes.
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