Chris Han

Chris Han is Head of Test Development and Psychometrics Department at GMAC, and a world-class psychometrician/expert recognized by the National Council on Measurement in Education (NCME) and American Educational Research Association (AERA) with several awards for his innovations and contributions to the field of measurement by, including but not limited to, hundreds of published peer-reviewed journal articles, book chapters, conference presentations, workshops, software packages in Computerized Adaptive Testing, Test Score Equating, Model Estimation, and Test Design. 

Recent Posts

GRE to GMAT Conversion: Why You Can’t Compare Scores

Posted by Chris Han on Oct 20, 2021 11:00:00 AM

The pool of talented people interested in pursuing a graduate business degree has never been more global and diverse. In order to fairly evaluate applicants from such a range of educational and professional backgrounds, it’s very helpful for business school admission committees to have GMAT™ exam scores as a means of comparing applicants’ skills and potential classroom success on the same scale. For decades, the world’s top business schools have trusted the GMAT exam because it’s specifically validated to predict performance in the first year of an MBA program.

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Topics: graduate business school test, business school

The GMAT Exam: Designed and Developed to Be Fair and Unbiased

Posted by Chris Han on Jun 23, 2021 11:00:00 AM

Graduate schools of business use a variety of admissions criteria to evaluate prospective students for enrollment. Among them, the Graduate Management Admission Test™ (GMAT™) score is one of few data points by which all applicants’ skills and potential classroom success can be directly compared on the same scale. 

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Topics: GMAC News