Saturday, October 25, 2008

GMAC Means Business

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has completed its initial investigation of GMAT test takers using

GMAC canceled the scores of 84 test takers. Twelve had their scores canceled and are suspended from taking the exam for at least three years because they posted live GMAT questions that they saw when they took the GMAT exam on, and 72 had their scores canceled because they wrote messages on Scoretop confirming that they saw items from the Web site on their GMAT exam.

GMAC has also sent notification of the cancellations to the schools to which these test takers sent score reports.


So, take your GMAT seriously. In addition, schools require their MBA candidates to sign a honor code. This honor code establishes a set of values that is expected by a school. You should read and observe their codes throughout your MBA studies - pre-, during and post.

Jimmy Low

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