ETS Releases Enhanced GRE/GMAT Comparison Tool

Educational Testing Service (ETS) has released an enhanced, Flash version of its GRE Comparison Tool for Business Schools that offers an even easier and more intuitive way to compare GRE and GMAT scores.

About 450 MBA programs worldwide now accept the GRE General Test, including almost half of the U.S. News & World Report’s top 100 U.S. programs and seven of the top 10 Financial Times‘ global MBA programs.

“According to a recent ETS survey, three out of four business schools indicate that accepting the GRE test allows their MBA programs to be more competitive. The launch of an enhanced version of our popular comparison tool makes it even easier for these schools to compare GRE and GMAT scores,” says David G. Payne, VP and COO for College and Graduate Programs at ETS.

The interest in the GRE General Test among business schools and students is expected to get an even bigger boost next year with the launch of the GRE revised General Test in August 2011.

“The changes included in the GRE revised General Test are more aligned with the skills that students need to be successful in today’s demanding graduate and business school programs,” explains Payne. “The revisions include many new test-taker friendly features that will attract individuals considering an MBA degree.”

To learn more, watch the video “A Good Business Decision” to view members of the graduate and business school communities discuss the benefits of using GRE scores for MBA admissions and the anticipated launch of the GRE revised General Test in 2011.

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