Eligibility criteria for GMAT exam
The Graduate Management Admission Test, also known as the GMAT, is mainly taken by MBA students who wish to study abroad. This exam measures students’ Integrated Reasoning abilities, Quantitative abilities, Verbal abilities, and Analytical Writing Assessment. The unique structure and rhythm of this exam make it both challenging and enjoyable. Because of the exam’s course format, prospective students are frequently perplexed as to which exam will better fulfil their MBA requirements: the GMAT or the GRE. They must understand that the GMAT score is utilised by reputable business schools worldwide to evaluate a candidate’s profile and finalise their admission.
More than 3 lakh GMAT test-takers are recorded in India each year. This exam, which is given worldwide, causes many concerns in the minds of individuals who take it. One of the most often asked questions by GMAT candidates is if they are eligible for the exam. To address this problem, we have reduced the exam prerequisites as approved by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the official organisation in charge of administering the GMAT exam.
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GMAT Exam Eligibility Criteria
According to GMAC, the GMAT’s regulating body, there are no precise eligibility conditions for taking the GMAT. However, before applying to any college or university, it is recommended that you research what each college or institution requires.
Age Criteria for the GMAT
- The candidate must be at least 18 years old; however, there is no upper age limit for those who apply to take the test.
- If you are a student between the ages of 13 and 17, you must get permission in writing from your parents or legal guardian.
Qualification Required for the GMAT
- The GMAC, the GMAT’s regulatory body, has not issued an official statement regarding the qualifications required to take the test.
- If you want to enroll in an MBA programme, you should have a graduate degree from a reputable university (in any discipline).
Nationality Required for the GMAT
- There are no restrictions on a candidate’s nationality. The GMAT is open to people from all over the world.
Important Factors to Note while Applying for the GMAT
- You must have your legal name and contact information available to share, including your address, phone number, and e-mail address.
- Your information includes background details such as gender, ethnicity, date of birth, and country of citizenship.
- Payment information for your GMAT exam and government-issued identity, a digital portrait, signature, and palm vein pattern.
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Step by Step Guide on Choosing the Appointment for the Test
Step 1: Create an Account at www.mba.com
You can register for an account at https://accounts.gmac.com/Account/Register. Make sure that your name, date of birth, citizenship, place, and gender EXACTLY match the information on the identification you will show at the testing centre.
Remember that the only acceptable form of identification in India, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan is a valid passport.
Step 2: Schedule your exam and Find a Test Centre
Register for the GMAT exam after you’ve created an account. Schedule your exam and hunt for a testing centre near you. You can compare availability at up to three test centres before selecting your preferred appointment time. Appointments on or around a specific date and the next open appointment are the two options. Complete the order after picking a day and time.
It is important to note that you can only arrange a test date six months in advance. If you wish to take the test during the high season, it is best to book early.
Step 3: Confirm Exam Details
Confirm personal information such as name, birth date, and citizenship. It must be the same as your identification (not expired).
Step 4: Pay for your Exam
To complete the registration, you must agree to the policies and make payment. In India, credit cards are the only way to pay. That’s all! You’re finished!
You’ll receive an email verifying your GMAT registration, and you’ll also see it in your MBA account.
We hope you found this article helpful. You can also read the article on Top MBA Colleges (with Placements, Fees, GMAT cut-offs) in India accepting the GMAT scores. You can download the GMAT Syllabus here.
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