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On B-School Test, Americans Fail to Measure Up
High GMAT Scores From China, India Spur Separate Rankings for U.S. Students
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Can American students hold their own on business school entrance exams against their competitive peers abroad? WSJ's Lindsay Gellman and Tanya Rivero discuss. Photo: iStock/Bluberries
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Nov. 5, 2014 8:11 pm ET
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New waves of Indians and Chinese are taking America’s business-school entrance exam, and that’s causing a big problem for America’s prospective M.B.A.s.
Why? The foreign students are much better at the test.
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