The Washington Post has a nice article today about whether or not business schools are admitting the right type of students and, if not, whether the GMAT is to blame. A report from the Journal of Business Ethics is cited that claims high GMAT scores may be correlated to such decidedly negative personality traits as lack of ethical orientation, risk aversion and individualism.
Do you believe the study’s findings are accurate? Just happy to have another reason to scapegoat a standardized test? What do you guys think?
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A poll would be great and I think most would vote another reason to scapegoat.
I don’t believe everyone who does well on the GMAT is bad.
Well no one else takes responsibility anymore so why not blame it on the GMAT?
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