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Schedule Your Exam

Four Steps to Schedule Your GMAT Exam

We recommend you register two to three months prior to your preferred test date, although, you may register up to six months in advance. Use the Registration and Score Reporting Timeline in the GMAT Handbook to assist you in selecting your test date.

Step 1: Gather information

Make sure you have following information when scheduling your GMAT exam:

Step 2: Build your timeline

  • Use the information you gathered in Step 1 to build your timeline.
  • Add extra time if you are registering by mail or paying by personal check or money order.
  • Add extra time if you are applying for testing accommodations.

Step 3: Schedule and pay for your exam

Step 4: Review your confirmation

  • Ensure your name listed on the confirmation EXACTLY matches your form of identification.
  • Confirm that your GMAT test date and test center are correct. Note: If your test center says “DoD” or “Military,” make sure you have the proper identification before your test date.

The GMAT exam helps you stand out during the admissions process. Take the one business school exam that elevates you from the rest of the pack.

If test centers are closed in your area due to the COVID-19 pandemic, consider taking the GMAT Online Exam, an interim, proctored exam that you can take in the comfort of your home.