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GMAT 2020 Overview: Registration, Exam Dates, Eligibility, Exam Fees, Syllabus
GMAT 2020 is a computer based exam that measures verbal, quantitative and analytical ways how candidates write in this particular exam. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) conducts GMAT every year to choose those candidates who will bring changes in the business world through analytical ideas. GMAC introduced a new section of Integrated Reasoning in GMAT in June 2012 to measure the data analytical ability of the test taker. Test takers have to attempt 80 questions in a period of 3hrs 30 minutes in GMAT. GMAT exam fee costs $250(INR 18,366)
GMAT Latest Updates
GMAC has announced that from mid week of April, Candidates can avail GMAT Test Facility at their homes. It has also stated that the structure of the exam will be same with Quant, Verbal and Logica Reasoning section but no Essay. It is also expected that cost of the exam will be less than current cost.
GMAC, the conducting body of GMAT takes special effort to stop the spreading impact of COVID 19. Due to this epidemic outbreak, GMAT testing has been suspended in many locations due to safety issues. All across the world, it is a challenging issue for the test takers to take GMAT. GMAC decides for the interim GMAT exam to take control of this epidemic situation. Exam comprises the same structure and scoring scale as the original one. Syllabus of GMAT includes sections like Quant, IR, and Verbal except for AWA. Geoffrey Basye, spokesperson of GMAC told that this interim GMAT exam will be available online from mid of April. Check Impact of Coronavirus on GMAT
More than 2 lakhs test takers write GMAT every year to take admissions in the top business schools. With GMAT score, business schools will get the list of interested candidates who prefer to study business. Data Surveyed by KAPLAN that since 2014, organizations prefer professionals with GMAT score increased by 44%.
GMAT 2020: Highlights
|Exam Name||Graduate Management Admission Test|
|Organizing Body||Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)|
|Accepted by||Top Business Schools|
|Mode of Exam||Computer Based|
|GMAT Fee||US $250 (INR 18,366)|
|Score Range||200-800 Overall|
|GMAT Test Centers||650 across the world|
|GMAT Helpline||+852-3077-4926|+91 120-439-7830(India)|
Email – GMATCandidateServicesAPAC@pearson.com
Why Apply for GMAT?
GMAT exam is known to be the best predictor of success in management programs globally. Appearing for this exam and scoring well gives you an edge over the other students as it gives an idea of how motivated and committed you are to succeed in management career. Your exam is guarded against bias and you can take it whenever you are ready.
GMAT offers the following benefits:
- Unmatched Expertise – Backed by Decades of Peer-Reviewed Research
- Relevant – For You, Your Candidates, and Their Futures
- Consistent – Over Time and Across the Globe
- Precise – For Accurate Student-to-Program Matches
- Secure – Using State-of-the-Art Technology
- Reliable and Available – Around the World
What is a computer-adaptive test?
A computer-adaptive test is the one that adjusts to the level of a candidate’s ability. At the beginning of the test, a candidate is presented with questions of average difficulty. The difficulty level of the upcoming questions increases or decreases based on the candidates performances on previous questions. If a candidate answers the questions incorrectly, the difficulty level decreases. If a candidate is getting most of the questions correct, then the difficulty level of the next questions increases. This process continues until all the questions in every section is attempted.
Since the next question is generated based on a candidate’s performance in current question(s), one cannot revisit any previous question(s). It is mandatory to answer every question in order to proceed to the next question.
What is Executive Assessment Exam?
GMAC has recently introduced a new Mini GMAT called Executive Assessment Exam for Executive MBA course. This exam is designed for candidates willing to pursue E-MBA. The exam is of considerably shorter duration than the regular GMAT. The test is formulated to examine analytical and logical thinking abilities of the test takers, It is intended to judge suitability of the candidates for the E-MBA course.
GMAT 2020: Exam Pattern
Before preparation, candidates should have a detailed overview of GMAT exam pattern for better preparation purposes. As a whole there are four sections in GMAT 2020. Sections are
Analytical Writing Assessment: In this section, how well a test taker communicates and thinks critically has been measured
Integrated Reasoning: this section tests how well a test taker analyzes a plethora of data to evaluate information represented in multiple formats
Quantitative Reasoning: this section measures how well a test taker comes to a conclusions using analytical skills and reasoning
Verbal Reasoning: it measures how well a candidate reads and understands the written material and evaluates arguments out of it
Detailed overview on GMAT Exam Pattern are as follows
GMAT 2020: Syllabus
There are four sections in GMAT 2020. GMAT Syllabus consists of all those sections that help in accustoming useful things for business environment.
In Quantitative section of GMAT 2020, test takers will have to attempt two types of questions – Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. In both sections, analytical ability of the test takers has been measured along with logical reasoning. In this section, no calculator has been used. Test takers should know rudimentary algebra and clear concepts of geometry.
In Verbal Reasoning, candidates should be critical in making inferences. It measures how well a test taker reads passages and makes logical structure out of it. All these reading passages are related to social sciences, humanities, technology, or a business related fields.
In Integrated Reasoning, test takers have to analyze data given in graphical representation like graphs, tables, charts or passages. One has to solve problems that can be verbal or quantitative. Test takers have to find out logical relationships between two entities. In this section, test takers have been measured on both graphs and data analysis.
In Analytical Writing, applicants have to present a well-researched idea along with coherence and logical argument. In this section, test takers have to be efficient enough to articulate logical arguments clearly through writing skills.
GMAT 2020: Registration
Applicants can complete GMAT Registration 2020 at any time of the year. If one has planned a particular session to start business school then at least a year before it, one should take GMAT exam.
How to Register for GMAT?
Test takers can register for GMAT either via online or offline or phone or via mail. Interested candidates can only attempt GMAT five times a year. Steps to register for GMAT are as follows
Step 1: Visit the official website
Step 2: If you are an existing candidate then you just need to login with password and id. If you are not an existing user then you will just have to register with id and password after creating an account
Step 3: After creating an account, candidates have to fill up different details required for GMAT registration
Step 4: In this step, candidates have to fill up all necessary details required while filling up the form. In this form, one has to provide all necessary personal details
Step 5: In this section, candidates have to select what are the preferences of communication. Through this mode of communication, candidates will get any latest information of GMAT
Step 6: In this section, candidates have to give detailed educational information. In this section, candidates also have to submit tentative dates of graduation. Here candidates will also get an overview idea about GMAT score range.
Step 7: In this section, candidates have to give work experience details. Usually top business schools prefer all those candidates who have work experience. In this section, candidates also have to write about specific industry in which they have worked earlier.
Step 8: In this section, candidates have to write down their preferred location where they aim to pursue higher education. Here candidates also have to write down tentative time to start the academic session.
Step 9: In this section, candidates have to select preferable test centers as preferred location and convenience. There are more than 573 test centers allocated for GMAT across 100 countries by GMAC.
Step 10: In this section, candidates have to write about the scheduled date for your GMAT exam. There will be a calendar where you will have to select a date as per availability.
Step 11: It is the last step of GMAT registration, where candidates have to complete the final step by making a payment of exam fee of $250 through credit card.
GMAT 2020: Register as a Test Taker with Disabilities
GMAC believes in making exam patterns easily accessible to both test takers with or without disabilities. Following steps have to be followed by the test taker with disabilities to request for special accommodations
- First create an account with an id
- Complete the entire Exam Accommodations Request Form to GMAC to request for accommodation
- On next step, candidates have to mention necessary disability type to avail required accommodation
- Send complete GMAT accommodation request form with all necessary documents to Pearson VUE either via mailing address or fax. After receiving the documents, candidates will receive a confirmation mail on registered email id
- If GMAC approves request for accommodation, then only the candidate should book a slot for exam
GMAT 2020: Phone Registration
Interested candidates can register GMAT via phone. For this step, candidates can contact GMAT Customer Service of preferred regions. For this kind of registration, candidates have to make an additional payment of $10 along with registration fee.
|American Region||Telephone (toll-free): +1 (800) 717-GMAT (4628), 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CT Telephone: +1 (952) 681-3680, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CT Fax: +1 (952) 681-3681|
|Asia Pacific Region||Telephone: +852 3077 4926, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. AEST In India: +91 120-439-7830, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Indian Standard Time Fax: 6038319 1092|
|China Region||Telephone: 86-10-8234-5675, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. China Standard Time Fax: 86-10-61957800|
|EMEA Region||Telephone: +44 (0) 161 855 7219, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. GMT Fax: +44 (0) 161 855 7301|
GMAT 2020: Registration via mail
For this kind of registration, interested candidates have to follow these below mentioned steps
- Request for GMAT Handbook from the nearest Pearson VUE center in preferred region
- Need to fill up GMAT application form as per instructions
- Registration fee has to be sent via money order or demand draft
- Application form along with fee should reach the authorities at least 10 days before GMAT exam
GMAT 2020: Rescheduling or Retaking
GMAC provides applicants an option to cancel GMAT if necessary. For this applicant has to visit the official website of GMAT to select Cancel option. If the applicant manages to cancel the registration form before the deadline, then a partial refund fee of $80 will be credited back to the bank account.
GMAT 2020: Rescheduling
Applicants can also reschedule GMAT if necessary after following below mentioned steps
- Visit the official website of GMA
- Click on : Reschedule your GMAT Exam
- One needs to enter with login ID and password
For rescheduling, candidates have to pay accordingly. If the applicant chooses a day after 7 calendar dates of previously scheduled GMAT date, then has to make a payment of $50. If the date is within 7 calendar days then has to make a payment of $250.
GMAT 2020: Eligibility
Before GMAT registration, candidates should know about minimum eligibility criteria required for GMAT. Following criteria are required for GMAT eligibility
- Applicants should have basic educational qualification from any registered university or college
- Candidates should be minimum of 18 years of age, if a candidate is below 18 years then require a no-objection certificate from the guardian
- Applicants can appear for GMAT only 5 times a year and 8 times a lifetime
- Candidates can appear for GMAT only after 16 days of the first held exam
- There is no specific requirement for work experience but this criteria is preferred by the top business schools of the world
GMAT 2020: Exam Fee Payment
GMAT is a globally acclaimed exam conducted to measure business analytical skills of the candidates. Exam fee of GMAT is $250. One needs to pay $50 for rescheduling exams on different dates. An amount of $80 is also charged if a candidate cancels an exam. GMAT exam fee can be paid via online or offline mode.
Online Payment Mode
For making an online payment of GMAT fee, candidates have to initiate payment via credit or debit cards, visa card, and mastercard, Amex or JCB. If a candidate fails to make a payment via debit or credit card then registration will be cancelled automatically. Candidates have to restart the appointment schedule with a valid session.
Offline Payment Mode
For making an offline payment of GMAT fee, candidates have to make a payment via money orders, cashier cheque and personal cheque. This payment has to be made only in favor of Pearson GMAT in US dollars. Within this registration fee, candidates have to pay applicable taxes. In this form, candidates should mention bank details along with name and signature and address proof. Conducting body should receive GMAT offline mode at least 10days before the date of exam. If the bank account doesn’t have sufficient amounts then the registration form will be nullified. Candidates will not be able to complete GMAT registration.
GMAT 2020: Important Dates
It is one of the crucial exams for those who want to get exposure to the global business world. GMAT measures analytical and logical skills of the candidates. One must plan exam day at least 3-4 months before hand. Taking exam is also dependent on the application deadline of the promising business schools. Important GMAT exam dates are as follows
|Last date for form fill up||May 2020|
|Last date to change city for interview||May 2020|
|Shortlist of Candidates||June 2020|
|Interview dates||June to July 2020|
|Final Results||July 2020|
GMAT 2020: Test Centers
As GMAT is a computer adaptive test, therefore, GMAC tries to make it easily accessible to every test taker. Across India, there are 34 cities where GMAT exams have been conducted in 39 test centers. List of GMAT Test Centers are put on satellite maps for easy use
GMAT 2020: Preparation Tips
Test takers who aim to take GMAT have to follow strict plans for preparations. GMAT preparation tips consist of how strategically a test taker plans for the exam. For better preparation, many test takers opt for practice papers to perform well in the exam. GMAT is taken by both students and working professionals. Few GMAT preparation tips are as follows
- One can learn new things or shortcuts for calculations in quant section, but one needs to implicate it in exam for better performance
- Test takers should make a diary where important prep questions and solution behind them are written
- In diary, it is advisable to write down all weaknesses and strengths as required during preparation
- Always make an exponential timetable for GMAT, where test takers will make a rapid practice in solving problems as the exams are nearby
- Aim for a feasible score that can be easily secured with a little push one can achieve easily
- Always attempt those answers of which you are sure of
- If a test takers doesn’t know about the answer, then guessing is the only option left
- Never indulge in making weaknesses your strengths. Only few test takers are equally good in all aspects
- Focus on time management properly, without that it will be difficult to manage and attempt each question
- Make it a routine to take at least 1 mock test in a week
How long should one study for GMAT 2020?
Time duration for preparation is completely dependent on the ability of the applicant. There are applicants who spend a minimum of time but can score higher as compared to others. It is completely dependent on the ability of the candidates. Before GMAT preparation, one should make a strategic plan to bring success.
GMAT Mean Score
Before appearing for GMAT, candidates should get an overview of mean score of GMAT from 2014-2018 as a whole
In the above mentioned data chart, it is noticed that the mean GMAT score in India from 2014-2019 is higher than the score secured by the candidates globally. To take admissions in the top business schools of the USA or UK, test takers should have a GMAT score of above 700.
This leads to the next section, what is the reason for having such a high GMAT mean score. From the demographics of test takers it is seen that
In both these pictures it is noticed that applicants from Engineering and Science background are higher in numbers in India as compared to global applicants. Whereas applicants from commerce and business backgrounds prefer to take GMAT globally as compared to Indian applicants. Due to such changes, Indian applicants get better mean scores due to quantitative aptitude and data interpretation. Logical reasoning is also a fine space where Indian candidates perform better.
GMAT Exams by Candidate Demographics
|Candidate Demographic||2013||2014||2015||2016||2017||Five-Year Growth Rate|
|Total GMAT Exams||25,268||28,325||29,042||33,123||32,514||+6.5%|
|Candidates Younger than 25||9,718||11,547||11,482||12,514||11,922||+5.2%|
|Total Score 600-690||9,214||10,253||10,816||12,283||12,447||+7.8%|
|Total Score 700+||3,745||4,030||4,276||4,801||5,108||+8.1%|
What is the difference between GMAT and GRE?
- GMAT is the standardized test for top Business schools all across the world. Similar to GRE, the exam consists of a Verbal and Quantitative section.
- Unlike GRE, the two sections are combined to give a composite score of 800.
- GMAT cannot be used in place of the GRE, so unless a candidate is sure about making his way to a business school, they are adviced not to take GMAT Exam.
GMAT is a test recognized by AICTE for PGDM and PGCM courses conducted by the respective State Governments for all institutions other than minority institutions across India. GRE is not.
|GMAT is specifically designed by business schools for students to get admission into graduate management business programs||GRE is more of a general admission test for wide variety of programs.|
|GMAT Total Score is seen as an industry standard as it gives a singular number of your skills required for a business school||GRE does not provide a total score due to which section score has to be converted to an equivalent GMAT Total Score which sometimes lead to high standard error of prediction.|
|GMAT gives highly personalized recommendations on business programs that may provide to be a good fit for you.||GRE does not give any such recommendations.|
|It’s Integrated Reasoning section evaluates your interpretation skills of information in multiple formats which is important to succeed in data driven world.||No such Integrated Reasoning or comparable section.|
GMAT 2020: Scores and Score Reports
GMAT Score dictates the top business schools as per preferences. After completion of the exam, an unofficial score report will be sent to the candidate having four scores out of five that is Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Verbal and Total Score. Within two minutes, candidates have to either cancel or accept it. This unofficial GMAT score report is sent to the candidate to determine whether the applicant is competitive enough or is it necessary to retake the exam.
GMAT Score for each section is as following
- Analytical Writing Assessment: 0-6
- Integrated Reasoning: 1-8
- Quantitative Reasoning: 6-51
- Verbal Reasoning: 6-51
After taking the exam, candidates will receive an official GMAT Score card within 20 days. This score report also includes Analytical Writing Assessment Score, GMAT percentile ranking. Candidates will also receive Enhanced Score Report to get a detailed analysis of questions to understand the performance.
GMAT 2020: Access of Score Report
Candidates will get an official score report within 20 days of the exam taken on the official website. A unique link will be sent to the registered email ID from which candidates can access GMAT score report.
- GMAT Score is accessible on the official website of GMAT i.e. mba.com
- Once it is made available, it can be accessed at any time of the year by entering the required credentials
- Candidates will be sent an email to their registered Email ID which will include a unique link.
- The Email will be received within 20 days of taking the test.
- They have to use the unique link in order to view their official sample GMAT Score Report.
- The Email will also include instructions on how to access the GMAT Official Score Report.
Note: In a situation where the candidate is unable to access the email with the link, they can contact GMAT Customer Service or the Pearson VUE by phone for assistance.
GMAT 2020: Validity of Score
- Candidates can use their GMAT score up to 5 years.
- GMAT Score can be used to pursue MBA program and for getting a job, as many recruitment companies use GMAT Score for providing jobs.
- If a candidate is not satisfied with his GMAT Result, they can retake GMAT Exam
- However, a candidate can appear for GMAT 5 times only in one year i.e. duration of 12 months.
|S.No||B-School||Avg GMAT Score(out of 800)|
|1.||Indian School of Business, Hyderabad and Mohali||700|
|6.||Great Lakes Institute of Management||650|
|7.||SP Jain School of Global Management||650+|
|10.||SP Jain Institute of Management and Research||650|
Top MBA Colleges in abroad accepting GMAT Score
|S.No||B-School||Avg GMAT Score(out of 800)|
|3.||University of Pennsylvania(Wharton)||732|
|4.||University of Chicago||726|
|5.||Massachusetts Institute of Technology(Sloan)||728|
|7.||University of California-(Berkeley)||726|
|10.||New York University||721|
Check other GMAT accepting colleges
GMAT Contact Details
Telephone lines for GMAT are open Monday-Friday in each region, except on local national holidays. If you have questions about the GMAT® exam, please contact GMAT Customer Service in your region:
Please Note: Email services are offered Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT. Emails sent outside of these hours will receive a response the following business day. Telephone services are available Monday-Friday at the following numbers and times:
Email: GMATCandidateServicesAmericas@pearson.com Telephone (toll-free): +1 (800) 717-GMAT (4628), 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT Telephone: +1 (952) 681-3680, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. CT Fax: +1 (952) 681-3681
Email: GMATCandidateServicesAPAC@pearson.com Telephone: +852-3077-4926, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. AEST In India: +91 120-439-7830, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. Indian Standard Time Fax: 6038319 1092
Please Note: Email services are available Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. China Standard time. Response time for email sent outside of these times may be up to 48 hours. Telephone services are available Monday-Friday at the following numbers and times:
Email: GMATservice@neea.edu.cn Phone: +86-10-82345675, Monday-Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. China Standard Time Fax: +86-10-61957800
Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) Region
Please Note: Email services are available Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. GMT. Response time for email sent outside of these times may be up to three business days. Telephone services are available Monday-Friday at the following numbers and times:
Email: GMATCandidateServicesEMEA@pearson.com Telephone: +44 (0) 161 855 7219, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. GMT Fax: +44 (0) 161 855 7301\
Ques. While taking GMAT, if I suddenly get an easy question, does that mean that I got the previous question wrong?
Ans. Don’t panic. You might have encountered one of the experimental questions. Also, the GMAT’s algorithm does not work in a simple, linear format – it is more complex than we think it is. Therefore, it is technically possible for you encounter an easy question even if you are getting questions right. Finally, remember that ‘easy’ is a relative term – what seems easy to you might not be easy to others. Therefore, don’t waste your test time thinking on these and instead focus on the upcoming questions.
Ques. Are all GMAT questions scored/do all GMAT questions count?
Ans. No. About 20%-30% are experimental questions that do not impact your score and are designed to help GMAC evaluate questions for future tests.
Ques. What is the maximum score on the GMAT?
Ans. The GMAT score range is between 200 and 800. Very few people get 200 or 800, the majority, however falls between 400 and 600. The average score is about 550.
Ques. How do I send my GMAT scores to the Schools?
Ans. Before or after the test, you will have a chance to enter up to 5 schools names that will automatically receive your GMAT score about 20-30 days after you take the test. You can also request for additional score reports to be sent, but it will cost $28. Some applicants prefer not to send any reports to any schools unless they are sure they received a good score, so they will actually order additional reports after they receive the score confirmation.
Ques. What documents should I carry on the test day?
Ans. If you are a Non-US applicant - you must carry a VALID PASSPORT with a recent, recognizable photo (mandatory) and Appointment Confirmation Letter / Email sent by Pearson VUE.
Ques. Is there any penalty for not completing a section in GMAT?
Ans. Yes. GMAT penalizes you if you run out of time and are not able to complete the section. Therefore, it is also important to focus on time-management aspects on the test. This is something that can be perfected only with practice.
Ques. What is tested in GMAT?
Ans. Composing capacity, learning of Basic Math (Arithmetic, Algebra, Word Problems, Geometry) and a tad of transitional Math (Statistics, Probability, Combinations/Permutations), and information of syntax standards, sensible thinking, perusing, and systematic abilities.
Ques. Are all GMAT questions scored/do all GMAT questions check?
Ans. No. Around 20%-30% are trial addresses that don't affect your score and are intended to enable GMAC to assess questions for future tests.
Ques. How does GMAT scoring work? How is the score calculated?
Ans. There are a few speculations about how the test is scored: some trust the initial 15 questions are basic; others imagine that hard questions must be addressed accurately to get a decent score, and another gathering trusts that all questions must be offered an explanation to get a high score.
Ques. Can I scratch off or reschedule a GMAT schedule?
Ans. Truly, and many individuals do - there is a $50 rescheduling expense on the off chance that you reschedule over 7 days out. You will lose the $250 store on the off chance that you choose to reschedule under 7 days out. You can likewise apply for a discount as long as your schedule is over 7 days out. Be that as it may, you will get just $80 back. When all is said in done, in the event that you suffered from sudden anxiety a couple of days before the test, and feel that you have to reschedule, it might be worth going and taking the test since you won't recover any cash. Obviously there are a few hypotheses about having a low score on your report, however more about that later.
Ques. How many times can one take GMAT?
Ans. You can take the GMAT® exam once every 16 calendar days and no more than five times in a rolling 12-month period and no more than eight times total (lifetime limit effective December 17, 2016)..
Ques. After I take the GMAT, how soon will I know my score?
Ans. Your informal (preparatory that is) GMAT score will be influenced accessible to you to promptly after you complete the test.
Ques. What would it be a good idea for me to take with me to the testing center?
Ans. You should take individual distinguishing proof, the schedule affirmation letter or email you got when booking your test, and the names of the GMAT projects to which you plan to send your scores.
Ques. Can I use a calculator?
Ans. No, the use of a calculator isn't permitted while the exam is being conducted.
Ques. Will I be offered anything to write amidst the exam?
Ans. You will be given 5 drywipe note boards to write on toward the beginning of the test, and you can ask for all the more amid the test. These must be offered back to the manager toward the finish of the test. You won't be permitted to take any of your own written work materials into the testing room.
Ques. I'm not content with my GMAT score - how soon would I be able to retake the test?
Ans. You can just take the test once every 16 date-book days. On the off chance that you endeavor to take the test before that day and age have passed, your new scores won't be accounted for and you lose your test organization charge.
Ques. If I take the test more than once, will business colleges see every one of my scores?
Ans. Truly they will. Your score report will list the greater part of the scores from each time you have taken the GMAT over the most recent 5 years. Your scores are substantial for a long time.
Ques. What is the normal GMAT score?
Ans. The general GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800. The normal GMAT score among test-takers worldwide is 540. 66% of test takers score in the vicinity of 400 and 600.
Ques. What is a decent GMAT score?
Ans. A "decent" GMAT score is just in respect to the MBA of Masters projects to which you are applying! You should do some exploration on the schools to which you need to send your scores and set yourself practical objectives in light of the normal scores acknowledged by those projects. Top level schools will generally be searching for a score in the 90th percentile or above (eg Wharton has a normal GMAT score of 713; Harvard 708; INSEAD 702; and London Business School 680).
Ques. Do business colleges have a base GMAT score prerequisite?
Ans. Most schools won't set a base prerequisite for GMAT scores, albeit most will distribute the normal GMAT score of their understudies. This data is generally promptly accessible on schools' sites, so do your exploration and discover the normal scores for the schools you need to apply to, and after that go for at least that score.
Ques. How can I cancel my test date?
Ans. You can do this by means of the test schedule booking framework. In the event that you drop no less than 7 entire days ahead of time of your schedule you will get a fractional discount of US$80. On the off chance that you scratch off under 7 entire days ahead of time of your schedule you will relinquish your whole enrollment charge.
Ques. I am a handicap/I am dyslexic - would I be able to apply for additional time during GMAT?
Ans. Indeed. Test takers with archived incapacities, including dyslexia, can apply for extraordinary testing housing on the GMAT. Housing can incorporate extra time on the test, extra rest breaks, a communication via gestures mediator, a peruser or record taker, and so forth. For full subtle elements of how to apply for uncommon testing facilities, you should download both the GMAT Information Bulletin and the Supplement for Test Takers for Disabilities from www.mba.com. Kindly note that you should present your applications ahead of schedule, as choices with respect to extraordinary facilities can take 6 to two months.
Ques. How can I prepare for GMAT?
Ans. This is a troublesome inquiry to reply, as everybody ought to get ready in their own specific manner that suits them best. Numerous GMAT test takers plan throughout around three to a half year, utilizing the numerous contrasting 'GMAT test prep' organizations accessible. Others buy resigned questions, or GMAC's legitimate productions and practice however much as could reasonably be expected. You ought to choose which strategy is ideal for you.
Ques. How is my GMAT score calculated?
Ans. The general GMAT score is figured utilizing the Quantitative and Verbal segments, and members are granted a score of in the vicinity of 200 and 800. Higher scores speak to more prominent capacity. Notwithstanding, business colleges additionally get MBA candidates' Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) scores, extending from 1 to 6, a score for the Integrated Reasoning segment, going from 1 to 8, and in addition breakdowns of the Verbal and Quantitative scores, which both range from 0 to 60.
*The article might have information for the previous academic years, which will be updated soon subject to the notification issued by the University/College