Send Your Scores to Schools
Within 20 days of your test, your Official Score Report will be sent to up to five (5) programs that you selected.
Choose your score recipients wisely, because once you have made your selections, they cannot be changed.
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 programs to receive your scores on test day, or if you would like to send your scores to additional programs, you may order Additional Score Reports for a fee (you will also receive a copy).
To order a duplicate copy of your score report for yourself, please contact GMAT Customer Service.
Note: You will incur taxes to request Additional Score Reports in certain countries. You can view tax rates here.
Once your scores are available, Additional Score Reports are sent within seven calendar days; non-U.S. test takers should allow for a longer delivery time.
To order by phone: Contact GMAT Customer Service. An additional service fee of US$10 may be required for phone transactions.
To order by mail or fax: Complete an Additional Score Report Request form. You must include proper payment with the form, as described in Pay for the Test. 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
Scores Older than Five Years
You may request score reports for tests up to 10 years old, provided that you have not taken the GMAT exam within the past five years. They may require additional processing time and a fee.
If you have tested within the past five years and have a valid score, we will not report older scores, as they are outdated and can present interpretation problems. If your only scores are more than five years old, a program may require you to take the GMAT again.