Last Friday, GMAC (the publishers of the GMAT) invited a few of the senior people from ManhattanGMAT to a presentation in a hotel in New York to let us know what GMAC has in development.
The event was very interesting, to say the least. Much of it consisted of applicant profile data (i.e. how many people are taking the GMAT, average scores, average score increases if someone takes the test more than once, etc.). But there was the odd announcement concerning some of the newer resources GMAC is working on for 2008.
We’re going to be posting a more detailed write-up later this week. However, if you’re studying for the GMAT right now, the important takeaway is likely that there are NO changes forthcoming in terms of the format or nature of questions tested. So no major changes on the horizon, through mid-2008.
More to come!