GMAC introduces changes in GMAT
A number of changes have been introduced by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) in GMAT, which will be effective from July 19, 2015. Now, GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) aspirants will no longer have to wait for a month to appear for re-test and there will be no mention of cancelled scores on the report cards anymore. Now, candidates will be able to see their official score report online using their date of birth.
More than 6,000 business schools worldwide accept the GMAT scores for admissions. The test takers will now be allowed to take re-test just after a 16 day time period. This change has been brought to provide candidates with more flexibility to appear for the re-test within shorter time frame. It will also help them in managing their schedules, study habits and school deadlines more effectively and conveniently. Candidates, however, cannot appear for the GMAT exam more than 5 times within 12-month period.
Major changes include
- Re-test can be taken after 16 day period instead of 30 day period.
- Cancelled Marks will no longer be mentioned in report cards.
- Official score can be viewed just by entering date of births instead of authentication codes.