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- 06/10/2016 at 12:00 am #165AnirbanMember
How should I take the GMAT exams??
- 06/10/2016 at 12:00 am #4836Navneet AnandMember
Test takers may register for the GMAT either online at mba.com or by calling one of the test centers.To schedule an exam, an appointment must be made at one of the designated test centers. The GMAT may not be taken more than once within 31 days, even if the scores are cancelled. Official GMAT exam study materials are available on the mba.com online store and through third-party vendors. The cost of the exam is $250. All applicants are required to carry their passports, driver’s license, or other valid ID to the examination hall without which he or she will not be allowed to take the GMAT exam. Upon completion of the test, test takers have the option of cancelling or reporting their scores. As of July 2014, test takers were allowed to view their score before making this decision.
There are test preparation companies that offer GMAT courses. Many test preparation companies have gone on record stating noteworthy GMAT results, including average or guaranteed score increases over 90 points. Other available test preparation resources include university text books, GMAT preparation books, sample tests, and free web resources.
- 12/24/2016 at 12:00 am #6116Shraddha GoelMember
Visit the site mba.com and you will get to understand how the GMAT registration, preparation and other things are done.
You can also read various articles related to GMAT on EduGorilla itself to help yourself better. 🙂
- 12/27/2016 at 12:00 am #6322
- 02/06/2017 at 12:00 am #7406abhipsaMember
One should visit mba.com to register for the GMAT exam. It costs US $250.
You need to have passport, driver’s license, valid id and other such documents which are clearly mentioned in the above mentioned site.
After registering, the test centre is selected according to your convenience and the aspirant appears the exam on the selected test centre and the preferrable time slot.
- 09/04/2019 at 2:50 pm #1841946kevin
I’m glad you reached out, and I’m happy to help. Before providing specific advice, I’d like to learn some more about you. I have some questions:
Please list the dates on which you’ve taken the GMAT, the total scores, and the quant, verbal, and IR scores, as well as how you were feeling while taking the tests.
How many practice GMATs did you take? Please list the dates on which you took any practice GMATs, the total scores, and the quant, verbal, and IR scores, as well as how you were feeling while taking the tests. Also, please tell me where these tests came from (ex: mba.com).
Please describe how you studied and what materials you used. For how many hours a day did you study and for how many months?
If you did not hit your target GMAT score in a previous attempt, can you pinpoint why? What was missing?
To what programs will you be applying? What are the deadlines for these programs?
By when would you LIKE to take the GMAT? By when MUST you take the GMAT?
For how many hours a day, on average, can you study between now and your next GMAT?
What is your desired GMAT score?
In your opinion, how prepared were you for the GMAT? It’s important that you answer this question as objectively as possible.