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More Students Taken GMAT Verbal Questions Every Day

Every year more and more students practice GMAT verbal questions and take the GMAT test. In fact GMAC, the makers of the GMAT test, just stated that there are now more than 500 centers on the planet where you can take the GMAT test. This is up more than 25 percent since 2006. There are certainly a lot of students studying GMAT verbal questions every day.

Additionally, a record number of students, 267,000 took the GMAT test in 2009. For the first time since the GMAT was created there were more international than US GMAT test takers. A lot of GMAT verbal questions must have been practiced. A huge growth comes from China and India. The number of Chinese citizens taking the GMAT test and GMAT verbal questions rose 35 percent in 2009, while 7 percent more Indians took GMAT verbal questions. The growth in the number of GMAT test-takers on the subcontinent has been explosive recently, increasing 128 percent in the last 5 years.

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Lastly, to meet the additional demand of GMAT verbal questions, the GMAC is opening an office in India, according to the Times of India. It will be the company’s third, after the US and UK. “I feel there’s great potential for growth in the country,” GMAC CEO David Wilson told the paper.

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