The GMAC researchers are tweeting!
They are pointing out that the average age of test takers is going down.
I have noticed this as well, and it can be attributed to:
1) growth of Masters programs (non-MBA) requiring GMAT
2) Rise of 2+2 programs and other attempts to get hard science majors on a b-school track. See original post below:
In the last five years, the number of prospective business school students under the age of 30 taking the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) has jumped 24 percent; in 2011, there were nearly 216,000 GMAT test-takers under that age (@GMACResearchers, 8/13).