GMAT Registration

GMAT Registration

GMAT conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), is one of the top MBA entrance exams. One can appear for the GMAT exam 5 times in a year but in a gap of 16 days. Apart from queries related to the GMAT exam dates, candidates also find the GMAT registration process confusing. So, if you also want to know about the registration process of GMAT, here is a blog that will explain the process in a step-by-step way!

How to Register for GMAT 2020?

STEP 1: Visit the official website and click “Register now”

STEP 2: Carefully create an account under your name. If you have an already existing account, then you can sign in.

GMAT Registration
Source: GMAC

STEP 3: The next step in GMAT registration is to mention all your personal details like name, address, date of birth, etc. 

GMAT Registration
Source: GMAC

STEP 4:  Mention your academic qualifications and work details carefully.

How to Apply for GMAT
Source: GMAC

STEP 5: Verify all your details and submit the GMAT exam application form. 

STEP 6: Choose the nearest test centre and schedule your exam in this step of GMAT registration.

Slot Booking for GMAT
Source: GMAC

STEP 7: Select your preferable date and time slots for the GMAT exam.

Slot Booking
Source: GMAC

STEP 8: Once you completed the above-mentioned GMAT registration steps, submit the exam fee.

Fee Payment

Once you receive a confirmation of your fee payment, your GMAT registration is done and you are all set to appear for the examination!

GMAT Test Centers in India  

Across the country, there are many test centers available. You have to choose your preferred center during the GMAT registration process. Tabulated below are some of the centers available. 

Delhi Bangalore 
Ahemdabad Ranchi 
Mumbai Chennai
Kolkata Chandigarh
Nagpur Pune

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How to Book Slots for GMAT?

Every year, scores of applicants take the GMAT examination and thus, you must not delay booking your slot. Even though you can apply 6 months-24 hours before the exam, rather than waiting till the last moment, you should select your slots as early as possible. Furthermore, the aspirants must keep in mind that November is considered as one of the busiest months for GMAT registration. So, if you plan to appear in this month, you must timely complete all the formalities online. Other than the online method, here are the other options to consider for GMAT registration. 

  • Phone Call: You can call the GMAT customer service, get a slot fixed, and pay the fee. 
  • Postal Mail: You can also book your slot through the mail by paying ee through cheque. 

How to Reschedule the GMAT Exam?

You can easily reschedule your exam either online or over the phone even after your GMAT registration. The rescheduling fee as per the time gap has been given in a tabular form below. 

TimelineFee for ReschedulingIn INR [Approx.]
1-14 days before the exam dateUS $15011,400
15-60 days prior to the scheduled exam dateUS $1007,600
>60 days before the examUS $503,800

GMAT Registration FAQs

How do I register for the GMAT exam?

To successfully register for the GMAT exam, you have to create an account on the official website and then follow the steps as mentioned above

What is the registration fee of the GMAT exam?

The application fee of the GMAT exam is $250 [INR 19,000 approximately]

Do I have to pay some extra fee for rescheduling or cancelling the GMAT exam?

If you wish to cancel the exam, then the charges can vary anywhere between US $200 [15,000 INR] – US $150 [11,400 INR]. The charges and the refund value will depend on the number of days left before you cancel the exam.

How will I receive my GMAT score?

Your GMAT test score will be sent to you on your email ID by the Pearson VUE within 20 business days after your test date

What are the maximum number of attempts to appear for the GMAT exam?

In total, you can appear for the exam 5 times in a year. However, a gap of at least 16 days between 2 attempts is mandatory.

What is the format of the GMAT exam?

The GMAT exam will mainly evaluate your skills through 4 sections namely, Quantitative Section, Analytical Writing Assessment, Verbal Section and Integrated Reasoning.

Hopefully, through this GMAT registration blog, you are now clear about how to apply for it! With questions framed from a wide range of topics in the GMAT exam, having a stronghold over the concepts is essential to clear the exam with flying colours. Enroll in Leverage Edu’s online GMAT preparation classes and take a step towards your dream university!

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