The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is used by many graduate-level business and management-related programs in the United States and at international universities as part of their admissions process. The GMAT measures verbal, analytical, and quantitative skills. It includes multiple-choice questions as well as two analytical writing questions. The GMAT bulletin has additional information.
The GMAT exam is administered on computer in Pearson VUE Test Centers at locations around the world.
Check the GMAT Web site for details on available test centers.
You may register for the GMAT by telephone or fax through the regional GMAT Candidate Services center. Contact information for the center serving the Middle East/North Africa, which is based in the United Kingdom and open 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. British Standard Time, is--
It is important for you to be familiar with the kinds of questions asked on the GMAT. There are several ways to prepare.
Unofficial scores will appear on the computer screen following the test and will be printed out for you by the test center administrator along with an authentication code that you will need to access your official scores. These official scores should be available within twenty days, and you and the institutions that you have designated to receive scores should receive notification by e-mail when they are available. You can also request that scores be mailed to you if you have difficulties accessing the Internet.
If you are missing the authentication code that you need to check your GMAT scores, if you wish to have scores mailed to you, or if you do not receive an e-mail about your scores within twenty days, please contact GMAT Customer Service for your region (contact information is provided above in the answer to the question on registration).