Beacom School of Business graduates score top 3 percent in national exam
“Doing well on this exam is one of the core goals at the Beacom School of Business,” said Michael Keller, J.D., dean of the Beacom School of Business. “We believe that a nationally-administered exam tells us how we are doing on enterprise skills comparative to other schools and other students. We are extremely proud of achieving such an outstanding grade.”
Fifteen USD students scored in the 97th to 99th percentile while an additional 19 students scored in the 90th percentile of the 124 multiple-choice exam that’s utilized to measure basic skills and evaluates students’ abilities to analyze and solve problems, understand relationships and interpret material. Overall, 121 USD students took the ETS exam, which is administered annually by more than 400 colleges and universities in the United States. Ninety-nine of the 121 scored at the national average or above.
For more information about the Beacom School of Business at USD, please visit www.usd.edu/business or you can contact the main office at (605) 677-5455.
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