GMAT Result 2022

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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 Score Reports - Unofficial and Official

#1 – Unofficial Scores immediately after your GMAT

You’ll be able to get your Unofficial Score Report right after you take the GMAT. Your Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning and Total Scores are all found here. This report will not include the AWA section.

You’ll have two minutes to accept or reject this result. If you do not accept it within two minutes, it will be automatically terminated. As a result, it is preferable to have a pre-determined target score in order to make a speedy conclusion.

If you don’t cancel your score right away but later decide you want to, you’ll have 72 hours after the test to log on to and cancel your score for a fee of ($25). Similarly, within a 4-year and 11-month term, you can reinstate a previously cancelled score for a price of ($50).

What does a score of ‘Canceling my GMAT’ imply?

  • When you cancel a score, all records of that score are erased.
  • This score will not be shown to colleges. It’s as if you didn’t take the exam at all.
  • This GMAT session’s results will not be sent to colleges.

#2 – Official Score Reports

Within 20 days after the exam date, you will receive your Official Score Report. This will include your sectional scores, analytical writing score, overall score, GMAT Percentile Ranking, personal information provided at registration, and previous GMAT exam scores (within the past five years).

GMAT will send you an email when your score report is ready. This official score report will be instantly sent to the five colleges you picked at the test centre. for no cost (it is covered by your GMAT Registration Fee). You can purchase extra score reports for a price of $35 per report if you want to submit this report to more universities.