The GMAT is one exam that has come to be accepted as a fair method of evaluating prospective business management graduates. So much so that universities across the world accept students on the basis of their performance in the GMAT. The GMAT test the applicants' potential for success in an MBA programme. Almost all top business schools have made the GMAT a mandatory part of the application procedure. This has mercifully eliminated the need of various tests for each school, region or country. One exam and you could apply anywhere in the world. For many the GMAT is their gateway to studying abroad.
The Graduate Management Admissions Test, or GMAT, was created by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) to measure the abilities of students wanting to study business or management. The GMAT has been repeatedly studied, tested, modified and updated frequently to ensure that it evaluates students well. The GMAT exam is conducted with the highest level of security, under standard conditions across the world.
The GMAT as with most exams these days is a computer-based test. That's why you need to be computer savvy with a decent typing speed. The test is in fixed testing centres. There is a facility to register online for the test for which a credit card is needed. Booking early will enable you to get a centre of your choice. It is advisable to do the enrolment at least 2 months in advance as that not only gives you time to study but also allows you to choose a centre in your city or nearest your city. Remember also that India has the largest number of GMAT takers in the world after the US.
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