The GMAT exam measures real-life business skills that you’ll use in the classroom and throughout your career.
After you take the GMAT exam, you will receive five scores: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal, and Total. But the GMAT is much more than just a score. Preparing for and taking the exam will let you display your skills to the right schools and help you prepare for the first day class.
In this section, learn what GMAT scores mean for you and for graduate business programs.