GMAT Has 60% Rise In Indian Women Aspirants

GMAT Sees Rise In Women Aspirants
GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) which is to be held for providing admissions in management institutes has revealed that it has seen hike in the number of entries from Indian Women. With the quite increase in importance Women education world wide, here goes the sample of its result.

GMAT has seen a 60% rise in the number of Indian women who are interested in taking up Aptitude Test since 2007. As a result, the number has increased from 4863 to 7812 in 2012 when compared to 2007. Globally, its 43% Women who took up the exam in 2012 compared to 39% in 2008.


However, there was a drop in the year 2011, when GMAT exam accepted around 5400 graduate business and management programmes world wide has now gained its importance in India gain. Yes, the sources revealed that In 2011 around 25,394 students took up GMAT exam which increased to 30,213 in 2012.

Its an esteem result where India is ranked third after the USA and China in first to place respectively. India had accounted for 10.5% of those taking the exams globally in 2012.

The count of Indian women has increased accordingly from 22.6% to 25.9% of test takers according to GMAC research based on testing year 2012.

On the whole, the percentage of exams taken by Women of India hits 43% in 2012, which is a record for the third straight year. This has been increased from 39% in 2008.

Well, this is an highlighted success of Indian Women's interest towards Higher Education. Hoping for the same success to be made across the world.

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