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Pearson VUE Now Offers the GMAT
Pearson VUE, the electronic testing business of Pearson, today
began delivery of the Graduate Management Admission Test®
(GMAT®) through its newly expanded test center network of
more than 400 test centers in nearly 100 countries around the
world. The Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®),
owner of the GMAT, chose Pearson VUE as the prime contractor to
develop and administer the GMAT exam in a seven-year, $200 million
contract largely as the result of Pearson VUE’s focus on
customer service and the biometrically enhanced Pearson VUE test
GMAC is a not-for-profit educational association
composed of leading business schools from around the world committed
to creating access to graduate business education. Currently used
in admissions decisions by more than 3,000 graduate management
programs at 1,500 business schools, the GMAT is the most widely
used assessment — and most reliable predictor — of
a candidate’s ability to succeed academically in graduate
The GMAT is now more accessible with Pearson VUE’s
network of more than 400 test centers in nearly 100 countries.
Pearson VUE is also providing an increased level of service to
test takers and schools through its online registration worldwide
and additional international testing locations. People receive
their official scores faster through Pearson VUE’s online
score-reporting system. This system also allows admissions offices
to more efficiently obtain scores for their applicants and gain
a deeper understanding of how they measure up against their competition.