GMAT-conducting body Graduate Management Admission Council, has recently announced that at-home GMAT appointments have been extended till December 31, 2020. Previously, this date was June 15 and has been revised a few times in the face of evolving COVID situation.
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 such as the AWA section has been excluded, section order is fixed (QR/VR/IR) and break time is only 5 minutes. For rough work, students can use physical white board or on-screen white board. Total exam time is 3 hours including the check-in time of 15 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 200 and this includes score reporting to as many colleges as you want.
Students who have already taken GMAT online are appreciating the flexibility and convenience of the home-based exam.
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