As we tweeted last week, GMAC finally released the exact dates for the first full-scale testing of potential question types for the Next Generation GMAT. Along with info on the upcoming testing period, they also released a list of FAQs and provided a first look at interesting new question types they’ll be testing.
On June 25th a short press release from GMAC provided the first details on the previously announced changes to the GMAT that were announced late last summer. The press release coincided with the company’s Annual Industry Conference (AIC) in sunny San Diego, California. As is often the case, the AIC was a gathering place for the GMAC member schools and business school industry members. Our very own Akil Bello not only presented a workshop at the conference, but was also able to learn more about the upcoming Next Generation GMAT.
Here’s what we know so far about the new GMAT: