GMAT Prep Strategy & Study Material GMAT   GMAT FAQ Home Contact Us LOGIN Shopping Cart
           
About Us | Forum | MBA | Blog | Tutoring | Free Stuff | Products | Order
You are here: Blog
    
 
  Student Login
 
  December 2007
SMTWTFS
1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031
   Recent Entries
Here comes the new OG
GMAT gearing up for change
GMAT-GRE Comparison Tool: An Update
FT MBA 2009 rankings released
Free “Pre-MBA” Leadership Program at Yale SOM
Economic uncertainty causes a beeline for business schools and the GMAT
Calling for SAT and GMAT for the rest of the world
Writing “Purposefully, powerfully, persuasively”
Odd one out
Combating test-day anxiety
Combating anxiety: the day before the test
EIU ranks business schools
Tips to reduce GMAT anxiety
The most coveted B-schools
You are never too old to take the GMAT
HBS launches a deferred MBA program for college undergraduates
Does the GMAT need to evolve?
B-school admissions websites usability ranked
goofoftheday.com
GMAT vs CAT
Bemused by B-school rankings
New Identity Verification Systems to be Used on the GMAT
Student enroll in online courses to cope with rising gas prices
Offical Guide makes the bestseller list
2007 vs 2006
HBS Exec Ed comes to India
Taking a peek at the future GMAT
MBA Lucre
Yet another cheating scandal
Look before you leap
Tell a friend about this!
 
2007 vs 2006
12/6/2007


The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has released some interesting statistics that came up a a result of a survey it conducted in June-July 2007. Applications rose again this year for full, part time, and Exec MBAs.


  • Two-thirds of the respondents said that the number of applications per full-time MBA spot rose in 2007 against 2006.

  • 69% of the schools said that the number of applications per part time MBA spot also rose in 2007 against 2006.

  • 58% of the full-time MBA programs claimed that the applicants in 2007 were better qualified than in 2006.

  • 63% of the Exec MBA programs said that the more applicants had applied to these programs in 2007 than in 2006.

  • More than 50% of schools reported that women and ethnic minorities showed greater interest in their programs in 2007 against 2006.
 
 










 
 Test Features | About Us | How to Buy | Links | About GMAT | Site Map | Privacy Policy | *GMAT Trademark | News | Feedback
    Submit Your Comments | Affiliates | Careers | Resources | Essay Grading | Support    
info@gmatscore.com   |  +1 617 229 5146
Copyright © 2009 GMAT Score. All Rights reserved.   
GMAT® is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council®. The Graduate Management Admission Council® does not endorse, nor is it affiliated in any way with the owner or any content of this web site.