Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test – is a globally recognized college admission test that is required for an admission to most business schools. It consists of a 30-minute Analytic section with one essay, a 30-minute Integrated Reasoning section, a 75-minute Quantitative section and a 75- minute Verbal section – making the test a total of 3 and a half hours long. The overall, or composite, GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800 in 10-point increments.

Cancellation of GMAT scores:

Effective 19 July 2015, the “C” that represents a candidate’s cancelled scores will not be shown on any future GMAT score reports generated by GMAC. This means that when a test taker cancels their score, only the test taker will know. This feature will be applied retroactively to all previously cancelled test scores, which will be removed from all future score reports that are sent to schools. However, score reports with canceled scores have already been sent to schools, they can’t be modified.