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1 GMART-General

1. How is the AWA scored?

You'll receive a single Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) score for your two GMAT essays. Process:
1. Each of your essays is graded, on a scale of 0-6, by a human reader and by a computerized writing evaluator called E-Rater.
2. If E-Rater's grade for an essay differs from the human reader's by more than one point, then a second human reader reads and grades the essay.
3. Your final grade for each essay is the average of two grades - one awarded by a human reader and the other by E-Rater (or by the second human reader).
4. Your AWA score is the average of two final grades - one for each of your two GMAT essays - rounded up to the nearest half-point.

2. What is the GMAT Percentile?

You'll also receive a percentile rank, from 0% to 99%, for each of your four GMAT scores. A percentile rank indicates how you performed relative to the entire GMAT test-taking population during the most recent three-year period. For example, a percentile rank of 70% means that you scored higher than 70% (and lower than 30%) of all other GMAT test-takers during the most recent three years.
99+% = 800, 99% = 720, 75% = 570, 50% = 500

3. Can I Repeat the GMAT?

Yes, although you may not take the GMAT more than once during any calendar month, even if you quit the test or cancel your scores.

4. How Multiple GMAT Scores are reported?

ETS reports your three most recent GMAT scores to each school to which you've directed a score report. The majority of schools simply average your three most recently reported sets of scores.

5. Can I cancel or postpone my GMAT Appointment?

Although you can cancel or postpone your GMAT appointment, only a partial refund of your registration fee is available, and only under certain circumstances.

6. How much do I pay for taking the GMAT?

The appointment fee to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is $200 (USD) worldwide.


1.When should I take the GMAT test?

Ideally, you should plan to take the test within a month after the end of the program. This gives you enough time to review class work, work on the things you found challenging during the program and practice the test at least once in a real exam conditions. On the other hand, the time is short enough to keep your mind on the subject.

2. How much does it cost to take the GMAT exam?

The cost to take the GMAT exam is US$250 globally. See Pay for the Test for more information about payment methods and potential taxes.

3. Where can I take the GMAT exam?

The GMAT exam is delivered in testing centers around the world. Find a test center here.

4. What type of schools use GMAT scores?

Over 1900 graduate business schools around the world use GMAT scores as a part their admissions process.

5. How can I prepare to take the GMAT exam?

The Graduate Management Admission Council provides free test preparation software and preparation materials to purchase as well as suggestions about how to prepare for the exam.

6. Preparation is Everything

Most GMAT test takers start preparing about 3 to 6 months before the actual test date. Think about how you can best prepare, given your discipline, motivation, and personal preference: * Self study * One-on-one tutoring * Study groups * Prep courses

7. What does the GMAT exam measure?

The GMAT exam measures basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that you have developed in your education and work. It does NOT measure: * your knowledge of business, * your job skills, * specific content in your undergraduate or first university course work, * your abilities in any other specific subject area, or * subjective qualities‚€”such as motivation, creativity, and interpersonal skills.

8. How long are GMAT scores valid?

Your GMAT score is valid for five years, so you have the flexibility of "banking it"‚€”choosing to start your graduate studies right after university or later on. Remember, if at first you don't succeed, you can take the GMAT exam again. Remember, though, that all of your GMAT scores from the past 5 years will appear on your Official Score Report.

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