India's MBA Candidates Have an Entrance-Exam Problem

Indian students crowd outside a Common Admission Test (CAT) examination center in Bangalore Photograph by Aijaz Rahi/AP Photo

Prospective MBAs in the U.S. may be sweating the GMAT, but at least it’s the standard for virtually all the management programs in the country. Applicants to business schools in India face a much more complicated slog, with roughly a dozen possible entrance exams depending on where they want to apply.

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