GMAT Admit Card 2022

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GMAT 2022 Admit Card

The GMAT, like any other exam, requires applicants to bring their admit cards with them. Candidates who fail to do so will be denied the opportunity to take the exam. The candidate’s admit card, along with a few other relevant documents, is extremely important. Once all applicants have completed their exam registration, the admit card link will be made available on the official website. At least two printouts of the admit card must be brought to the examination centre by the candidates.

The admission card will not be released on a specific day. After the registration page closes, candidates will receive an email with their admit card information. Because the GMAT is such a well-known and sought-after exam, there are numerous test locations throughout the country.

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

Candidates are free to take the exam on any date throughout the year. Aspirants would have to choose between three centers based on availability and convenience. The following steps should be undertaken in order to obtain the admission card: 

Visit the official website of GMAT.

  1. Fill in all of the details requested and required when registering for the exam.
  2. The system will generate a unique id after the application is done, which the candidate should keep safe.
  3. Log on to the website with your unique id after two to three days.
  4. Select an exam date and location, as well as pay the exam price.
  5. Following payment of the money, the candidate will receive a confirmation letter, which should be viewed as an admit card.