The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive exam that helps business schools judge qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management.
This test is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council(R) (GMAC). [link: gmac.com]. The official website for the GMAT is http://www.mba.com/.
The GMAT measures verbal, quantitative and analytical writing skills you've developed in your education and work. It does not measure business knowledge or job skills.
The total score range for the GMAT is 200-800.
GMAT appointments are available at secure testing centers generally six days a week. To find a testing center near you and register for the exam, visit www.MBA.com.
Registering for exams
Visit MBA.com to:
- Schedule a GMAT appointment
- Check seat availability
- Reschedule a GMAT appointment
- Cancel a GMAT appointment
- Register as a test taker with disabilities
- View appointment activity
Preparing for exams
Registered users of www.MBA.com can download free test-prep software and get helpful test-taking strategies such as:
- Study suggestions
- Test-taking strategies
- Test preparation
To understand the current GMAT test structure visit www.mba.com format and timing page.
Reviewing test scores
Your unofficial scores from the Verbal and Quantitative multiple-choice sections along with total score available immediately after completing the test.
Online: If you opted to receive your Official Score Report online, you will get an email within 20 calendar days. This email contains instructions for accessing your results.
Mail: If you chose to receive your Official Score Report by mail, it will be sent to you in approximately 20 calendar days.
The business school programs you designated to receive your score report will also receive your official score report approximately 20 calendar days after testing. You may designate up to five business school programs to receive your official score report.
Your score report will include all scores from GMAT tests taken over the last 5 years.