The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), owner and administrator of the GMAT, released the GMAT Online Exam, to help business school candidates complete their applications during the coronavirus pandemic.
The test is available in impacted markets globally, excluding markets limited by regulatory restrictions: Mainland China, Iran, Cuba, Sudan, and North Korea.
First launched as a temporary solution, the GMAT Online Exam is now a permanent solution and comparable to the test center GMAT.
The latest version of the GMAT Online Exam includes the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).
How does the GMAT Online exam work?
The GMAT is the premier admission test for business schools, used as a quality indicator when measuring your suitability for an MBA or master's program.
Previously, you were only able to sit the GMAT exam in test centers. However, coronavirus (or COVID-19) forced the closure of GMAT test centers worldwide.
In this climate, business schools were forced to extend MBA application deadlines in 2020 and relax their admission requirements. The GMAT Online Exam meant candidates could continue to apply for business school in a disruptive time.
You can take GMAT Online Exam on both Mac and PC. Your computer must match GMAC's
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