GMAC to organize GMAT India Test Prep Summit
a forum for interaction & communication between
the Test Prep industry as well as GMAC

December 02, 2010: The Graduate Management Admission Council has invited representatives of test prep organizations—one of the fastest growing industries in India—to a Test Prep Summit in New Delhi on December 8. The meeting is being organized to provide test prep groups with an opportunity to meet face-to-face and ask questions of officials from the organization that develops and administers the GMAT exam around the world.

The event will feature an update on plans for the Next Generation GMAT, which will include a new integrated reasoning section that will be introduced in June 2012, as well as presentations on GMAT research and test security, and an introduction to the Pearson Test of English, the new test of academic English that is endorsed by GMAC and now recognized by close to 2000 institutions around the world.

The featured speaker will be Dr. Lawrence M. Rudner, chief psychometrician at the Graduate Management Admission Council.

"The number of GMAT test takers in India has doubled in the last five years. Test prep organizations play an important role in helping these prospective students get ready for the exam. In effect, they are helping GMAT test takers invest in themselves and to pursue graduate business education in India or anywhere in the world", said Mr. Ashok Sarathy, Vice President - GMAT Program.

About GMAC

The Graduate Management Admission Council ( ) is a nonprofit education organization based in Reston, Virginia, and with regional offices in London and Hong Kong. GMAC administers the GMAT® exam, which was created in 1954 and is now used by nearly 5,000 graduate management programs at approximately 1,900 business schools around the world. More information about the GMAT exam is available at

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Source: By E-mail (December 2, 2010)

Published on on December 2, 2010


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