Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)

About the exam:

The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program.


The exam fee for the GMAT is $275.00 paid directly to Management Admission Council during the registration process. There are no additional costs for scheduling or proctoring fees at the testing center. 

Registration and Scheduling:

  • Create an account and register with
  • Schedule your appointment from your GMAT dashboard, with the exam vendor PearsonVUE. 
  • The GMAT is available to be taken at our Testing Center Monday-Friday, along with some Saturdays. To see available dates at testing centers, you'll need to register with GMAT.

On Test Day:

  • Bring a valid governmental ID (Passport or driver's license)
    • A passport is always required when taking the exam at a location outside of your country of citizenship.
    • Expired passports are not acceptable and renewal papers do not make an expired passport valid. 
  • Locked storage is available on-site for personal items now allowed in the testing center

Candidates can request the accommodations listed below. Candidates must submit these requests to GMAT, and all requests must be approved before the exam appointment.

  • Additional time to complete your assessment—all assessments are timed
  • Allowance of a medical device in the testing room
  • A reader who can read the questions to the test taker
  • A recorder to record test taker responses

For more information please visit: GMAT accommodations

Two optional eight-minute scheduled breaks are built into the GMAT® exam. During the scheduled breaks, candidates may only access food, water or comfort items approved by PearsonVue.  Cellphones, electronics or study materials may not be accessed at anytime during the exam.