GMAT Test Disclosure - The End Of An Era

On January 1, 1980 New York's "Truth In Testing" law took effect. This law forced those in the business of standardized testing to disclose the questions that contributed to a test taker's score. GMAT CAT questions will not be subject to disclosure laws. Individual GMATs are now constructed by computer, from a pool of questions, to meet the ability of specific test takers. Questions in the pool will be reused and will not be disclosed.


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