Most GMAT Scores Sent to U.S. B-Schools

MBA programs in the U.S. continue to receive the majority of GMAT score reports from test takers who sit for the exam outside the United States. B-schools in the U.S. got 628,431 scores in 2009, up from 460,832 in 2005. Scores from China jumped by 470% last year from 2005, while those from India climbed 125%.

CountryGMAT Test Takers% of Total Test Takers
1.  India49,9987.96%
2.  China49,9657.95%
3.  Taiwan12,1781.94%
4.  South Korea8,1701.30%
5.  Canada4,5560.72%
6.  Britain4,4410.71%
7.  Japan4,0250.64%
8.  Thailand3,5310.56%
9.  Mexico3,3370.53%
10. Singapore2,6440.42%

Source:

Graduate Management Admission Council

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