Graduate Management Admission Test, popularly known as GMAT, is a computer-adaptive test conducted for the candidates, who aspire to pursue postgraduate management courses at diploma or degree level n the colleges/ B- schools that accept GMAT scores. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is entrusted with the responsibility of conducting the test through its various test centers located all over the world. Many reputed universities and institutes accept the scores obtained by the candidates in GMAT. The scores of GMAT are valid for five years. The test analyzes the candidate's Mathematical and English skills. The final selection of the candidates is made on the basis of their GMAT scores, Group Discussion and Personal Interview.
GMAT is a renowned test conducted at the international level. So, the test centers have a great responsibility to ensure the fairness and quality of the test. Therefore, the GMAT test centers have laid certain rules and regulations, which a candidate needs to follow on GMAT test day, at the test centre. The candidates are also required to be aware of the things to bring by them at the test centre and valid identification requirement. All information about the topics is provided in the section.