There’s an exciting new feature to the GMAT® exam that puts more control in your hands. As of June 27, view your unofficial GMAT scores prior to making the decision to accept or cancel them. Viewing your unofficial scores gives you the certainty of how your application and GMAT scores are received by schools.
Here’s how it works:
At the end of your exam, you will be shown your unofficial GMAT section scores (Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning) and your Total score. You will then have two (2) minutes to decide whether to accept or cancel your scores.
· If you accept, the official score will automatically be sent to the programs that you selected.
· If you cancel, your test attempt will appear on future score reports with a code of “C” (self-canceled), unless you reinstate your scores within 60 days.
· If you take no action during the two (2) minute period, your scores will be canceled, just as they are under the current policy.
In addition, if you decide to cancel your scores at the test center, you will have the option to reinstate your scores within 60 days from the date of your exam for a fee of USD$100. Detailed instructions and rules for reinstating your scores are available on page 13 of the GMAT Handbook.
More information about preparing for the GMAT exam can be found at www.mba.com.
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