Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive entrance test, which is conducted to select deserving candidates for admission into postgraduate level degree and diploma courses in the field of business administration. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is entrusted with the responsibility of conducting GMAT entrance exam, through different test centers located all over the world. Many reputed and renowned B- School in the world accept GMAT scores.
The candidates with a Bachelor’s degree of a recognized University are eligible to appear for the entrance examination. Final selection of the candidates is based on the candidate’s GMAT scores. However, many colleges also conduct group discussion and personal interview, after short-listing candidates on the basis of their GMAT scores.
The following section will facilitates students with the scoring procedure, score reporting system that includes the information regarding the additional score report, percentile ranking and cancellation procedure of the scores. The section will also cover details about the reputed and renowned Indian management institutes, which accepts GMAT scores as part of their admission procedure. Details regarding the validity and how test scores are scored are also mentioned in the further articles of this section. Go through the section to explore more about the GMAT scoring procedure.