A total of 261 248 GMAT tests were held worldwide in the 2016 academic year, which includes the period from July 1, 2015 to July 1, 2016.
The world’s leading business schools and educational programs in management recognize GMAT as the most efficient mechanism for studying management.
According to GMAT indicators, which organizes GMAT tests in various countries worldwide, the averaged score in the world is 558, while its maximal score is 800.
Georgia’s averaged score is 583. a total of 112 citizens of Georgia passed GMAT tests in 2016 and their averaged scores made Georgia 14th worldwide, where students deserve the highest scores. New Zealand ranks first with 624 averaged score, Singapore is second with 615 score and Australia is third with 610 scores.
In the rating Georgia is ahead of Czech Republic, China, Germany, India and Hungary.