GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test is offered by GMAC.
Following image shows the GMAT Test Structure
Here are some of the frequently asked questions about GMAT from MBA.com site.
When to Start Preparing for GMAT?
GMAT test prep time depends on following factors
- Target B-School
- Required Score for Target B-School
- Your current skill level
- Available time for GMAT Test prep
- Time required based on your test prep skills to reach target score.
GMAT Test Prep
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How do I schedule an appointment to take the GMAT exam?
If you’re interested in scheduling an appointment to take the GMAT exam, your first step is to register for an mba.com account.
Where can I take the GMAT exam?
The GMAT exam is delivered year-round and on demand in test centers around the world.
How much does it cost to take the GMAT exam?
The cost to take the GMAT exam is US $250 globally.
What are the test dates for the GMAT exam?
The GMAT is available year-round and on demand, which offers test takers greater flexibility in scheduling. Available time slots change continuously based on capacity and ongoing registration. You will find out which times are available at your chosen test center when you register to take the exam.
GMAT Score Validity
Unlike GRE, GMAT Scores are valid for 10 years. But, will schools accept GMAT scores that is 10 years old?
See what GMAC has to say about the GMAT Scores Validity
Official GMAT score results are kept for 10 years.
Candidates may request score reports up to 10 years old if they do not have more recent, valid scores.
Most schools accept scores no older than five years.
If schools don’t accept GMAT scores older than 5 years, why does GMAC gives an option to report scores older than 5 years?