Preview Your GMAT Score
Use the Score Preview Feature to see your GMAT exam score before deciding whether to report them.
Prospective business students taking the GMAT exam can preview their unofficial scores before deciding whether to report or cancel them. This score reporting feature is available to all test takers at all 600 test centers around the world that administer the GMAT exam.
How does it work and what can you expect as a test taker?
- Immediately after taking the test and before leaving the test center, you are given the option of reporting or canceling your scores.
- You will see your unofficial scores — Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal, and Total — and will be given two minutes to decide whether to accept them.
- If you do not make a choice, your scores will be canceled.
- You can cancel your score at the test center immediately at no charge, or within 72 hours after you complete your exam online for $25.
To benefit the most from this feature, we recommend that you prepare for this choice ahead of your exam date.
- Know what score you're willing to accept so that when asked whether you wish to send your scores or cancel them, you will already have an answer ready.
- Understand that you can reinstate your score online for up to four years and 11 months following your exam, if your exam date is on or after January 1, 2014. If you decide to reinstate your score, your score report will automatically be sent to the schools you selected on test day at no charge.
- Note that your cancelled scores will not be shown or otherwise indicated on your score reports. For more information, please click here.
Analytical Writing Assessment scores are not included in this feature since they are not included on unofficial score reports available immediately. These scores are reported on official score reports delivered within 20 days of your exam.
To read more about cancelling and reinstating your exam scores, please read the our blog on these features by clicking here