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Vivek Wadhwa / Business schools admitting the wrong students

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Posted: Wednesday, September 4, 2013 12:01 am

Graduate Management Admission Test results are an important assessment criterion for business-school applications. The higher the GMAT score, the better the odds of gaining admission. A new study in the Journal of Business Ethics makes the surprising finding that high GMAT scores may be correlated to some of the negative traits of American business: lack of ethical orientation, male domination of executive ranks, uncertainty avoidance and individualism. What's more, GMAT scores may be inversely correlated with entrepreneurship.

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