Sending Your Scores to Schools
On the day you take the GMAT®, before you begin the exam, you may select up to five (5) GMAT Programs to receive your Official Score Report.
Before your test day, decide which programs you want to receive your GMAT scores. (Search the GMAT program database for a complete list of authorized GMAT score report recipients.) The Official Score Report will be sent within 20 calendar days of your test. This service is covered by your registration fee. Once you have made your selections, you will not be able to change or delete them. A fee is required to send an Additional Score Report.
Ordering Additional Score Reports
If you did not select any GMAT programs to receive your scores on the day of your exam, or if you would like to send your scores to more than the five (5) programs you selected on your test day, you may order Additional Score Reports to be sent to schools online, by phone, by fax, or by mail for a fee. When you order an Additional Score Report to be sent to a school, you will also receive a copy. To order a duplicate candidate copy of your score report (to be sent to you directly), please contact us by phone.
You will incur taxes to request for Additional Score Reports in certain countries. Please click tax rates to determine the tax you will have to pay in certain countries.
Once your scores are reportable, Additional Score Reports will be sent within seven (7) calendar days of receipt of the request; non-U.S. test takers should allow for a longer delivery time.
To order additional score reports by phone, contact GMAT Customer Service. An additional service fee of US$10 may be required for phone transactions.
Ordering Additional Score Reports by Mail or Fax
- Complete an Additional Score Report Request form.
- Find the GMAT Programs you would like to receive scores.
You must include proper payment with the form, as described in Pay for the Test, for your ASR order to be processed. Requests received without payment or with insufficient payment will be returned without processing. Keep in mind that it may take up to eight (8) weeks for mail to reach the United States from some countries.
You may fax the form to GMAT Customer Service in your region, or you may mail the form to:
Attention: GMAT Program
PO Box 581907
Minneapolis, MN 55458-1907
Releasing Your Scores
Scores More than Five Years Old
You may request additional score reports for tests taken up to ten (10) years prior to the day you are making the request. (Please note that scores more than five (5) years old are archived and requests for these scores may require additional processing time and a fee that is in addition to the standard ASR fee.) However, if you have tested within the past five (5) years and have a valid score, we will not report scores more than five (5) years old. Because scores that are more than five (5) years old are outdated and can present interpretation problems, when a score report containing such scores is sent to a GMAT program, the score report will include a statement indicating the special nature of these scores. If an applicant’s only scores are more than five (5) years old, an institution may require the applicant to take the GMAT exam again to supply more current scores.