Q&A: Ensuring Test Security and Fairness

Posted by Zach Fernebok on Oct 11, 2022 12:13:50 PM

Did you know there's an entire team at GMAC that's dedicated to maintaining test security? The Test Security Team leverages the latest technology and continuously adapts its techniques to ensure that exams are administered securely and fairly. There's a lot more involved in test security than you may think!

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Topics: GMAC Assessments, graduate business school candidate, graduate business school assessment, graduate business school exam, graduate business school, graduate business school test, MBA, standardized testing, test, cheating

To Test or Not to Test: The Debate Rages On

Posted by Teresa Hsu on May 19, 2022 1:07:05 PM

The debate on whether standardized testing should be included in the college admissions process made headlines again last month when the Massachusetts Institute of Technology bucked the trend, announcing its decision to reinstate the requirement for SAT or ACT scores as part of its admissions mandate, shifting away from the pandemic-induced test-optional policies. Given its reputation and prestige, this decision had serious ramifications and generated much discussion amongst students and schools, as indicated in a Washington Post article.

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Topics: graduate business school candidate, graduate business school test, MBA admissions, admissions, standardized testing, GMAT exam, college admissions, business school admissions

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

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