Now that you've prepared and practiced for your best GMAT, you're ready to go in and give it your all. Being fully confident and relaxed on the day of your exam means knowing what to expect at the test center and understanding what's expected of you.
Paying for the GMAT Exam
In addition to the cost of taking the GMAT exam, fees may also apply for rescheduling your exam and ordering additional score reports.
Take a Tour of the Test Center
Knowing what to expect at the test center will you ease any nervousness and arrive fully confident on the day of your exam.
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The Interactive GMAT Prep Timeline
Use this interactive tool to manage your GMAT preparation and make your study efforts effective and efficient.
View Location-Specific Test Center Regulations
Understand the ID requirements, test center rules and agreement, and whether a VAT applies in the location in which you plan to take the GMAT exam.
Planning for Your Test Day
Before the day of your GMAT exam, you will want to review these regulations so that you arrive confident, focused, and ready to do you best.
Exam Day Advice from Test Takers
Find out what these former GMAT test takers did to ease their jitters on the day of their exam.
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GMAT Test Center Checklist
Download our GMAT Test Center infographic for a quick snapshot of the items you must bring with you and the ones you'll need to leave behind on the day of your exam.
Presenting Proper Identification
To take the GMAT exam, you must bring acceptable and valid identification (ID). Watch this video to ensure a smooth test-taking experience.
Palm Vein Reader Biometric Identification
The palm vein reader is part of an ongoing effort to maintain test integrity and ensure that the exam is fair for everyone.
GMAT Exam Administration Rules
The GMAT exam is governed by administration rules that help ensure its validity and reliability. Understand these rules to help ensure a smooth test-taking experience.
Rights and Responsibilites of GMAT Test Takers
Prior to taking the GMAT exam, you will want to understand what to expect and what is expected of you.
Test Complaints and Concerns
Send any written complaint or concern to GMAT Customer Service immediately following the test administration.