The ETS® Major Field Test for the Bachelor's Degree in Business contains 120 multiple-choice questions designed to measure a student's subject knowledge and the ability to apply facts, concepts, theories and analytical methods. Some questions are grouped in sets and based on diagrams, charts and data tables. The questions represent a wide range of difficulty and cover depth and breadth in assessing students' achievement levels.
For information about the data and how to use it, see the Comparative Data section.
With the introduction of the ETS Major Field Test for Bachelor’s Degree in Business for use around the world, institutions can use Major Field Tests to measure student learning outcomes of their bachelor's degree business programs — whether they have U.S. programs, programs in Europe, Asia or other regions, or combined programs. And, since the ETS Major Field Test for Bachelor's Degree in Business also provides national U.S. comparative data on business-specific titles from hundreds of thousands of students, institutions can now compare student learning outcomes of their bachelor’s degree business programs outside of the United States to those within. Get started today.
Departmental Roster — includes total scores and subscores (if applicable) of all students tested, listed alphabetically by last name.
Departmental Summary: Total Scores and Subscores — includes the frequency distributions of total scores and subscores, showing the percent of students scoring below each percentile. The departmental mean scale score and standard deviation are also shown. A Departmental Summary does not include scores of students who answered fewer than 50 percent of the test questions in one or both sections of a test.
Departmental Summary: Assessment Indicators — provides a list of the mean (average) percent correct of test questions answered in particular subdomains/content areas for the group as a whole.
Departmental Demographic Summary Report — provides student demographic information taken directly from the answer sheets and summarized for the group as a whole.
Individual Student Report — includes total score and subscores for each student tested, along with interpretive information.
For more information about other reports, see the Reports section.