Unemployment leads to MBA application surge


With the current recession being the worst since World War II, the number of GMAT exams taken has reached an all-time high. Bloomberg reports that a record number of applicants have taken the 55-year-old test, breaking the previous record set in 2001 during the onset of the dot-com bust.

Chart: http://www.financialpost.com/1870323.bin

With the current recession being the worst since World War II, the number of GMAT exams taken has reached an all-time high. Bloomberg reports that a record number of applicants have taken the 55-year-old test, breaking the previous record set in 2001 during the onset of the dot-com bust.

Chart: http://www.financialpost.com/1870323.bin
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ralph

At $250 a pop, seems like it's probably a good time to be in the GMAT business.

At $250 a pop, seems like it's probably a good time to be in the GMAT business.
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