What Does the GMAT Enhance Score Report Contain?
The Enhanced Score Report offers personal insights by question type, area of focus, and pacing. This actionable information will help you better understand your performance, tailor any future prep if you decide to take the exam again and speak more authoritatively about your skills. Whatever decision you make, you will benefit from understanding how you performed, how you ranked, and how you managed your time for each question type.
With the purchase of an Enhanced Score Report, you will receive:
- Overall section performance ranking
- Tables that show performance as you progressed through the verbal and quantitative sections
- Performance ranking by question type
- A time management section
- Percentage of questions answered correctly
- Ability to benchmark against other test takers from the past three years
- Customized summary report for each section that assesses strengths and weaknesses
- Average difficulty per question showing how well you performed on more difficult questions
- Help section with information about how to read each tab and other frequently asked questions
- Your Enhanced Score Report is NOT your Official Score Report. It is a tool for you to understand insights on your exam performance.
- The Enhanced Score Report is only available for exams delivered at a test center.
- The Enhanced Score Report is available to those who have taken the GMAT exam at a test center after October 1, 2013, for five years after your exam date.
- You will not see data from your Analytical Writing Section on the Enhanced Score Report. The Enhanced Score Report uses your unofficial score report to draw insights.
- If you canceled your exam score, your Enhanced Score Report will still be available. However, it will not be available if your score was canceled due to a policy violation.