How to Send GMAT Scores to Business Schools
There are more than 2300 B-schools in the world that accept GMAT scores for giving admissions to MBA programmes. There are around 25 B-schools in India to where the candidates can send the GMAT scores. The candidates are allowed to select 5 B-schools before the start of the GMAT for sharing the GMAT scores without any extra charges. To send GMAT scores to more B-schools in addition to the five selected ones, a given process has to be followed, which is explained in the article. Further, it is also important to send the GMAT scores within a specified period of time. What will happen if the candidate cancels the GMAT 2020 score? Will it be shared with already selected B-schools? To get the answer to all such questions related to GMAT score sharing, and to know how to send the GMAT score to Business schools, read the complete article.
Sending GMAT Scores to Business Schools - Explained
There are two ways to share the GMAT scores to business schools. The first option is available on the test day only. Candidates can select five B-schools of their choice before the start of the test. The other option is to send the GMAT score to business schools once the test is over. Both of these methods are explained below.
How to Share GMAT Score with the B-schools on the Test Day
Before the start of the test, candidates can select five B-schools of their choice. GMAC will share the scores to the B-schools either electronically or by mail. The charges of sharing of GMAT scores to the B-schools are covered in the registration fee and hence, no extra charge is levied for the this. It should be noted that the choices made for B-schools cannot be changed after the test.
How to send GMAT scores to business schools after the test
In case, a candidate wants to send the GMAT scores to more B-schools, he/she will have to do it separately. It may be noted that the unofficial GMAT score cannot be used for admission purpose, hence, candidates will have to wait till the official score is released.
Candidates can send the GMAT scores to the additional B-schools or for additional programmes in online mode by visiting the official website of MBA, GMAC.
Login at the test portal using the account credentials.
Visit the additional score reporting service available on the portal.
Provide the details of the preferred B-schools and submit the fee.
For each B-school, the candidate will have to pay US$28 as fees.
Alternatively, one can also share the GMAT scores by contacting the GMAT customer service. While doing so, the candidate will have to pay an additional service fee of US$10 as part of phone transactions
How to send GMAT scores to B-schools - Important points to note
The additional score reports are sent within seven days.
Each score report will share the GMAT exam scores of the past five years that the candidate has accepted.
If the candidate has not accepted any GMAT score, it will not be shared with the B-schools.
Score reporting fee will not be refunded.
In case the GMAT score is affected by a policy violation or a Serious Violation, it will also be reflected with the GMAT score reporting.
Once submitted, the candidates may not be allowed to change or remove the recipient.
If the candidate purchases an additional score report within 72 hours of the exam, he/she will not be able to cancel the GMAT score in online mode thereafter.
GMAT scores 2020 - How the scores are calculated
The scores of GMAT 2020 are calculated on the in a computerized manner. There are four-sections for which the GMAT score is calculated. If the score is declared unofficially, it will consist of scores for the Integrated reasoning and quantitative ability. The official GMAT score is released within 21 days from the date of the test, and the candidates are informed through a notice on their mail id. Given below is the section-wise weightage for GMAT 2020.
GMAT pattern 2020 - Section-wise weightage
GMAT Test Section
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
Integrated Reasoning (IR)
Frequently Asked Question (FAQs) - How to Send GMAT Scores to Business Schools
Question: How many B-schools can I select for score sharing on the day of the test?
You can select up to 5 B-schools for sharing the GMAT test scores before appearing in the test.
Question: Can I use the unofficial GMAT score for admission purposes?
No, you cannot use the unofficial scores for admission, you will have to wait for at least 21 days to receive the official GMAT score which can be shared with the B-schools.
Question: How much do I need to pay for additional GMAT score reports?
You will have to pay US$28 for each additional reporting of GMAT score. This can be done by logging into the registered GMAT account.
Question: How many MBA schools in India accept the GMAT scores?
There are 25 B-schools in India that participate in GMAT or accept the scores for admissions.
Question: What happens if a candidate cancels the GMAT score? Will it be reported to the selected universities?
If a candidate cancels the GMAT score, it will not be shared with any of the selected B-schools.
Questions related to GMAT
sir, Mam I am studying in B.Tech (3rd year) .I want to crack CAT and GMAT exams to get a seat in IIMs or B-schools .so what should I do? please Give me any suggestions?
Since you are in B.Tech 3rd year now, so i think this is the right time for you to start your Preparation for CAt. You have one year for preparation at this stage of time. To start with I'll recommend you to brush up your basic knowledge of Mathematics. Since you are a Btech student you won't face much difficulty in Quants section if you devote some time for practice regulary. For Verbal section, I'll suggest you to start reading novels, newspaper etc. as much as possible, This will increase your reading speed and improve your vocabulary. Solve past year questions for DILR practice. I'll suggest you to buy test series from some coaching institute for practice. CAT examination is all about practice and your command on subject. If you know the concepts and is good at english then you have high chances of cracking cat.
can we write gmat entrance exam to read mba in other countries
Yes. You can appear for GMAT to study MBA abroad. More than 110 Countries accept GMAT score and so you can write GMAT for studying MBA abroad. The GMAT has 4 sections namely Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning, This exam tests your comprehension and analytical skills.
If I want to go to uk, canada or usa to pursue higher studies, which exam should i give? GMAT,GRE,SAT,ACT, TOEFL OR IELTS? Also, please give me a comparisons between these exams
The type of exam should you give depends on the University you're looking for and also the course.
SAT or ACT is basically for Undergraduate courses while GRE and GMAT is for Postgraduate courses. TOEFL and IELTS are basically English Proficiency tests. They are given by the candidates whose native language is not English, it too varies according to the university. Every university has it's different criteria but if you're looking for Undergraduate course then you should give SAT as it is accepted by many universities and the language exam based on what the university is accepting.
i have given gmat exam and I want to apply for Indian universities which accept gmat scores without any work experience being compulsory which are the course I can apply for ?
see by gmat score you may apply for indian colleges for pgdm admission, however most of the tier 1 institute have executives program based on gmat score where work experience is necessary, however some of the top institute you may go for,
sp jain institute of management
Great lakes, Chennai
NSB-NTPC School of Business
LPU is not AICTE Approved neither a Demmed University ? I know its UGC Approved but , Will it cause problem in Higher studies Abroad and in India (GRE/GMAT/GATE) or problems in Off Campus Placement and Company Switching ? Please Give Correct Answer !!!! DO NOT GIVE LPU WEBSITE NOT HAVING AICTEREASON
Lets go point by point:
1. Universities DO NOT need AICTE approvals, as AICTE is not the regulatory authority for Universities.
2. LPU is a full fledged PRIVATE University established u/s 2F of UGC act. Deemed universities are those which run only one branch of courses and are not given FULL university status by UGC.
3. For higher studies abroad: LPU itself has tie ups with over 200 top universities world over. secondly, most universities abroad take the scores of GRE/GMAT/GATE etc, there are thousands of LPU students world over who have passed these examinations and are either studying abroad or have completed their studies.
4. Higher studies in India: All the LPU courses are recognized by all the universities in India for qualifying examination purpose due to UGC recognition.
5. Placements: LPU has one of the biggest and most elaborate placement process for thousands of its students in all the programs and more than 600 companies visit the campus for recruitment offering lucrative offers. Going to company switching later on, the skills attained in LPU act as catalyst in your career. Most of the technologies being taught in LPU improve your efficiency by leaps and bounds.
Hope this solves all the points.