The Graduate Management Admissions Council has announced that it will conduct an alternative GMAT Exam that B-school aspirants can take at home. This exam would be similar in terms of content and structure to GMAT. Here’s what they have announced (as on March 31, 2020):
“This interim GMAT exam will provide a comparable structure, number of items, and scoring as delivered in test centers. The Quant, Verbal and IR sections (no AWA section) will have the same number of items and the same time for completion. This will allow us to maintain the same score scale for both the Section Scores and Total Score.”
—GMAT TEAM, Update on coronavirus and its impact on testing
There will be additional security features for test check-in and remote proctor will be made available for maintaining test integrity.
For students who were aiming to take a re-test after cancelling their score, GMAC is providing the facility to reinstate their old score at no additional cost. You can login to your account at mba.com and click on ‘Reinstate Score’. Reinstated score will become active in 5-7 days and will automatically be conveyed to the B-schools that you applied to at the test center.
We will keep you posted on GMAC updates.
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