GMAT Result 2017
GMAT Result 2017: The unofficial Result of GMAT 2017 is available right at the end of the test. However, the official GMAT Score 2017 is made available only after 20 calendar days from the date of the GMAT exam. Candidates can check their GMAT result through a link sent on the same email that they had used during registration. In case of the unofficial GMAT 2017 Result, candidates have the option of reporting or cancelling their scores after previewing the same. After completing the GMAT test, you will receive your Unofficial GMAT Result 2017. Know which elements are included in the GMAT score report in this article:
What is included in the GMAT score card?
Unofficial scores from the Verbal and Quantitative Sections
The total official score of each section
Authentication code needed to access your Official Score Report.
How to get GMAT test result?
Candidates will get the official GMAT result 2017 within 20 days of the GMAT Exam
You will receive an email with a link to access your Official GMAT result 2017 online. You will be directed to the GMAT Score 2017 Reporting website, where you will be required to enter the authentication code (stated on Unofficial Score Report)
You may view, download or print your Official Score Report
Aspirants dissatisfied with their results have the choice of retaking the GMAT exam. The candidate has to wait for 16 days before he/she can take a retest. Candidates can take up to 5 retests in a 12-month period and no more than 8 retests in their lifetime.
As per the GMAT 2017 pattern, the test evaluates candidates on four yardsticks. They are: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal. According to the GMAT result 2017, the test scores candidates on a scale of 200–800 which only includes Quantitative and Verbal sections. As per GMAT result 2017, for the analytical writing section, test takers are scaled on a 0–6 range. Integrated reasoning is scaled on a range of 1–8.
GMAT is a standardised management test used in the selection procedure of different management programmes of more than 2000 schools in more than 100 countries. Business schools use this test as a criterion for admission into a wide range of management programs like Master of Business Administration (MBA), Master of Accountancy and Master of Finance programs.
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