What Is GMAT?
The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test, a test meant for people who wish to pursue graduate study of business. Leading business schools and management education programs worldwide recognize the GMAT as the most effective predictor of success.
The GMAT is a standardized test that consists of three main parts—the Analytical Writing Assessment, the Quantitative section, and the Verbal section.
The test measures Verbal, Mathematical, and Analytical and Writing skills that you’ve developed over time. The exam helps graduate programs assess your qualifications for advanced study in business and management. Your scores are good for five years.
What does the GMAT measure? +The GMAT exam measures verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that you have developed in your education and work. It…
How can I prepare to take the GMAT test? +Gilgal Education Foundation in conjunction with The Graduate Management Admission Council® provides free test preparation software and preparation materials to…
What if I am a citizen of one country and testing in another? +You must present a valid, unexpired passport. If you do not have proper identification, contact GMAT Customer Service in your…
What if my name has changed between registering and taking the test? +Contact Gilgal Education Foundation for assistance or the GMAT Customer Service in your region to request a name change.
What ID do I need to bring to the test centre? +The ID must be government-issued, valid (not expired), original (no photocopies), legible and include: A recent, recognizable photo Your name…
When do I get my scores? +You will get an unofficial score report with Verbal, Quantitative, and Total scores immediately after you test. Official Score Reports…
What if I want a score report for GMAT exam taken over ten years ago? +Score Reports from tests taken from five to 10 years ago are available, but they are sent to schools with…