The pandemic led to the birth of a new form of GMAT, the GMAT™ Online. This is a remote proctored version of the regular GMAT exam and can be taken from the comfort of home. GMAT conducting body, Graduate Management Admission Council, has several times extended appointment dates last year and the new year is proving to be no different.
The remotely proctored at-home GMAT online exam is the same as regular GMAT in terms of skills tested and scoring methodology. There are only a few differences like flexibility to use a physical white board or on-screen white board for rough work, flexibility to choose from three options for exam section order & similar. Total exam time is 2 hours 45 minutes.
The test is available 24 hours on all 7 days and test-takers can schedule an exam up to 24 hours before an available testing slot. Registration fees is USD 275 and this includes score reporting to 5 school programs of your choice.
Students who have already taken GMAT online are appreciating the flexibility and convenience of the home-based exam.