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LEARN ABOUT THE GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is more than just a formality for business school admissions. It is a multiple-choice, computer-based, standardized exam that is required for admission to business schools globally. Get started by learning the GMAT basics.

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GMAT STUDY PLANS

Creating your GMAT study guide is one of the most important aspects of preparing for the GMAT, but it can also be one of the most difficult. GMAT test takers who score in the 90th percentile or higher typically study more than 120 hours for the exam.

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Build prep into your routine until it’s second nature. Get a GMAT question in your inbox—with detailed explanations—every day.

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Experience the GMAT® before test day with a realistic full-length practice test. See how you’d score, and get a detailed report of your strengths and weaknesses.

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Put your integrated reasoning, quantitative, and verbal skills to the test with this 12-question GMAT quiz.

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Because of concerns surrounding COVID-19, GMAT testing has been suspended at many locations worldwide. To accommodate test-takers needing to take the GMAT this spring, an interim GMAT exam will be available online from April 20 through at least June 15.

Most GMAT testing centers have temporarily closed due to concerns surrounding COVID-19. If the testing center where you were registered to take the GMAT has closed, your GMAT has been canceled. You have the option of rescheduling or taking the online GMAT, which will be released mid-April. Here you can find updates about testing centers near you.

Yes! GMAC is temporarily waiving all GMAT rescheduling fees. Reschedule through your mba.com account.
You can also now register for an online GMAT exam, which will be administered starting April 20 through at least June 15. Learn more about the at-home exam.

The Online GMAT will be structured similarly to the traditional GMAT. The Integrated Reasoning, Quant, and Verbal sections of the GMAT will have the same number of items and time allotment. There will be no Analytical Writing Assessment portion of the online GMAT.
It will have a fixed Section Order: Quantitative Reasoning first, followed by Verbal Reasoning, and then Integrated Reasoning.

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