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University of Montana School of Business Administration Students Score in 94th Percentile Nationally on Business Major Field Test - School of Business Administration Dean's Report

May 7, 2013View for printing

SoBA graduates continue to knock it out of the park on the Business Major Field Test. Thirty-one students in the Spring 2013 class scored at or above the 90th percentile, with the entire class scoring in the 94th percentile overall. The Business Major Field Test, administered by 585 universities nationwide, measures critical knowledge and understanding obtained by students and offers SoBA a way to evaluate its students' performance and our program's effectiveness against similar institutions around the country.

This exam covers a broad set of topics including accounting, economics, management, quantitative business analysis, information systems, finance, marketing, legal and social environment and international issues. Eric Steen, a senior graduating in finance, had the high score, placing in the 99th percentile.

Congratulations to the following top scorers on the Spring '13 exam:

Vaso Ballis Desiree James Trista Berget Luke Jenkins Casey Berish Nathan Johnson Sidney Boruszak Ethan Lee Samantha Brunson Ben Lodge Frank Cavuoto Kyle Marshall Stuart Clemow Ryan Maxwell Kimberly Croft Kelly McCann Chelsea Deardorff Marissa Olson Michael Facey Joshua Pelczar Charles Gassaway Ryan Roeder Shannon Gilskey Dexter Shankle Greg Heidner Eric Steen Matt Hemmer Lianli Wang Bradley Huber Chris Wisherd Ashley Woodworth


School of Business Administration Dean's Report
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