Making & Changing Your GMAT™ Exam Appointment

How do I schedule a GMAT™ exam?

To schedule a GMAT exam, you will first need to create an account. Once you have an account, you may: register, reschedule, or cancel a GMAT exam; access free test prep materials; or save your preferences.

To schedule by phone, please contact your regional customer care center. Note: There will be a US$10 surcharge for scheduling by phone.  

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What do I do during a natural disaster/force of nature?

If your test center is closed, you will be contacted by GMAT Customer Service. All communications will come from Pearson VUE, not from your test center. If your test center is open but you feel unsafe traveling, please contact Pearson VUE to discuss your situation.

For further questions or if you need to reschedule, please contact GMAT Customer Service at Pearson VUE at +1 (800) 717-GMAT (4628) or email GMATCandidateServicesAmericas@Pearson.com.

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What if I need to reschedule my exam?

You may reschedule your exam online. To reschedule by phone, contact your regional customer care center. Please note, there will be a US$10 surcharge for scheduling changes by phone.

Rescheduling fees and policies differ by country, please visit our Location Specific Pricing & Regulations page for more information.

To reschedule your exam in a country other than the one in which you scheduled your original exam, please contact us by phone. You will not be charged a phone surcharge for this change. You may not reschedule your exam by mail or fax.

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What if I need to cancel my exam time?

You may cancel your GMAT exam at any time, however cancellation fees may apply. To cancel by phone, contact your regional customer care center. Please note, there will be a US$10 surcharge for scheduling by phone.

Cancellation policies and fees differ by country, please visit our Location Specific Pricing & Regulations page for more information.

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What if I'm a test taker under the age of 18?

Test takers under the age of 18 must email a signed GMAT Parental Consent/Authorization form (pdf) to: GMATParentalConsent@Pearson.com.

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