Test takers should be aware of the country specific scheduling requirements for the GMAT exam.
You may register for the GMAT exam online, by phone, by mail, or by fax. You will incur taxes to schedule an exam in certain countries. Available time slots change continuously based on capacity and ongoing registration. You will find out which times are available at your chosen test center when you register.
Country Specific Rules
The GMAT exam is administered worldwide in accordance with US and other local laws, where applicable. Special registration guidelines, identification rules, taxes, and privacy policies will apply in certain countries and to citizens of certain countries.
Identify Yourself Correctly
When scheduling an appointment to take the GMAT exam, be sure the spelling of your name and your birth date exactly match the name and birth date printed on the identification you will present at your test center. If this information does not match, you will not be permitted to take the test and your test fee will be forfeited. For further information, see Presenting Proper Identification.
If you are between 13 and 17 years old, you must get permission from a parent or legal guardian. If you do need permission, you must provide written proof of you guardian’s consent prior to scheduling the exam. To get started, complete and submit the Parental Consent Form.
GMAT Terms and Conditions
When you register for the GMAT exam, you will be required to agree to all terms and conditions stated in the GMAT Handbook, including without limitation, those related to testing; score cancellations; exclusive remedies for testing or scoring errors; examinee misconduct and test irregularity policies; confidentiality of the test; privacy policies; collection, processing, use, and transmission to the United States of your personally identifiable data (including but not limited to the digital photograph, signature, palm vein pattern, and audio/video recording collected at the test center), and disclosure of such data to the owner of the GMAT exam, the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®), its service providers, any score recipient you select and others as necessary to detect or prevent fraud or other unlawful activity or as required by law or in legal proceedings. Please be sure to read the Handbook carefully before you register for the exam.