GMAT Admit Card 2019

GMAT Exam: Available year-round.

Mandatory gap of 16 days between two attempts. No more than 5 attempts in a span of 12 months.

Maximum Attempts: 8 (lifetime)

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GMAT 2019 Admit Card

Like in any other examination, GMAT also requires the candidates to carry their admit cards with them. The candidates who fail to do so will not be allowed to write the examination. Along with other few important documents the admit card of the candidate is very crucial. The admit card link will be released on the official website once the registration for the exam is completed by all aspirants. The candidates will need to have at least two print out of the admit card with them at the examination center.

There are no fixed dates for the releasing of the admit card. The candidates will receive a mail about their admit card after the registration portal closes. As GMAT is a very famous and sought after exam there are many test centers in many cities.

STATE TEST CENTER
Delhi
  • EduPro
  • Pearson Professional Centers
Haryana Ansal University
Punjab
  • Thapar University
  • Winsoft Computer Center
Rajasthan Sakar Edutech Private Limited
Gujurat
  • A1 Professional Assessment Center
  • H L Centre for Professional Education
Bihar Gencor Learning Solutions Private Limited

The candidates can choose any date from all throughout the year to appear for the exam. The aspirants will be required to choose three centers depending on the availability and convenience.

To download the admit card the following steps should be followed:

  1. Visit the official website of GMAT.
  2. Register for the examination and fill in all the details asked and required.
  3. After the application is completed the system will generate a unique id which should be kept safe with the candidate.
  4. After two three days log in to the website using your unique id.
  5. Choose the exam date and center and pay the fee for the exam.
  6. After paying the fee the candidate will receive a confirmation letter which is supposed to be treated as the admit card.