Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

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The GMAT exam, available around the world throughout the year, lets you showcase the skills that graduate business school admissions officers and corporate recruiters look for.


An alternate in many cases to the GRE, the GMAT is a computer-adaptive exam that is designed to help graduate schools of business assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business management and administration. The test consists of four separately timed sections: two 30-minute writing sections and two 75-minute multiple choice sections and is designed to measure general verbal, mathematical, integrative analysis skills, and analytical writing skills.

A competitive GMAT score is a requirement for admission to many advanced business programs.

Keep in mind, admissions deadlines for graduate business programs vary. Check with the schools you are interested in attending and set up your GMAT exam ahead of time to ensure your scores are reported prior to application deadlines.Much like preparing for any important exam, be sure to review any preparation material, handbooks, or take any practice tests that will help you achieve a competitive score!


Currently The cost to take the GMAT is $250. Please note that the GMAT test may be waived, in some instances, you should contact the graduate school to find out if you qualify.

Register for the GMAT Exam

Before you decide to register for the GMAT exam, search for a convenient testing location that has available seats.