Globally, nearly 1.3 million Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) exams have been taken over the past five years by individuals interested in pursuing graduate management education. The GMAT exam is an important part of the admissions process for more than 6,100 graduate management programs worldwide. A total of 247,432 GMAT exams were taken by prospective business school students around the world in testing year 2015 (TY2015), which ran from July 1, 2014 through June 30, 2015. These examinees sent a total of 600,415 score reports to graduate-level management programs across the globe.
This report summarizes five-year global GMAT testing trends and includes:
- GMAT exams taken by residence,
- GMAT exams taken by gender,
- Mean age of GMAT examinees,
- Mean GMAT Total score, and
- GMAT score-sending breakdowns by program type (MBA, non-MBA master’s, and doctoral/other), TY 2015.
Mean GMAT Total scores and mean age of examinees are provided for groups with five or more exams taken and 10 or more score reports sent.
Testing Trends in Peru
- Peruvian residents sat for 736 GMAT exams.
- The mean age of Peruvian test takers was 28.2 and the mean GMAT Total score was 564.
- Of the 6,078 GMAT score reports sent by Peruvian residents, 9.3 percent were directed to non-MBA specialized master’s programs.
- Men in Peru (93.6% of scores sent) were more likely than women in Peru (85.3%) to send scores to MBA programs.
The GMAT average in Peru is higher than the average in the world. All the images and reports were published by the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®). For more information, visit the following website: https://www.gmac.com/