GMAT Exam Policies

GMAT

GMAT is a computer adaptive test owned by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The test assesses analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA. Being one of the most widely recognized management tests, the GMAT is accepted at more than 2,000 business schools worldwide.

ID Policy:

All test takers in Pakistan must present a VALID PASSPORT as their ID (Identification Document). Please note that without a PASSPORT, you will not be admitted at the Test Center on your test date.

The PASSPORT you present must:

  • be valid, original, and legible.
  • bear your name in the Roman alphabet exactly as you provided when you made your test appointment (including the order and placement of the names) .
  • have your date of birth exactly as the date provided when you made your test appointment.
  • include a recent, recognizable photograph and your signature and date of birth.

Test Availability:

GMAT tests are available five days a week from Monday through Friday, between 08:30am and 03:30pm at Tec®.

Test Availability:

Testing & Services Fees
The GMAT Test FeeUS$250

Exams Registration:

Online:

You can register and schedule your GMAT test online at http://www.mba.com/global/the- gmat-exam/register.aspx using a credit card. To register online, you will need to:

  • Create an account with MBA.com
  • Complete and verify your personal profile
  • Choose a test center
  • Select a date
  • Check out

Scores and Score Reports:

After 20 days of your test date, once your GMAT scores become reportable you receive a unique link in your email. This email will contain a link with instructions to access your Official Score Report by visiting: www.mba.com/mygmat.

Testing Accommodations:

Testing accommodations otherwise known as special arrangements or reasonable adjustments" are provided by GMAT to individuals with a documented/demonstrated disability. More information and the process of registering for testing accommodations can be found on GMAT™s website (http://www.mba.com/global/the-gmat-exam/register-test-taker- disabilities.aspx).
Test Preparation:
To prepare for the GMAT, please take a look at the following readily available test preparation books:

  • Manhattan Prep Complete GMAT Strategy Guide Set
  • GMAC GMAT 2017 Official Guide
  • Princeton Review Cracking the GMAT
  • Kaplan Premier 2017

The GMATPrep software is available on the GMAT website and includes two practice exams and a step-by-step guide to help test takers prepare for the actual test.