The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized test widely used for admission to graduate management programs, primarily MBA programs. There are no specific educational qualifications or age limits to be eligible for the GMAT. Anyone interested in pursuing a graduate management degree can take the GMAT. However, candidates typically have completed their undergraduate education or are in the final year of their bachelor's program. The GMAT score is an essential component of business school applications and helps assess a candidate's readiness for advanced management studies. Candidates can take the GMAT multiple times with a waiting period between attempts.
|Age||You must be at least 18 years old to take the GMAT.|
|Educational qualification||There are no specific educational qualifications required to take the GMAT. However, most business schools require a bachelor's degree for admission.|
|Work experience||There are no specific work experience requirements to take the GMAT. However, some business schools may prefer applicants with work experience.|
|Language proficiency||The GMAT is administered in English only. If you are not a native English speaker, you may be eligible to take the GMAT in a non-native English speaking country.|
|Other||You must be able to read, write, and speak English fluently to take the GMAT. You must also be able to follow instructions and complete the exam in a timely manner.|
Valid Passport: A government-issued passport is the most commonly accepted form of identification for international GMAT test-takers. Ensure your passport is current and not expired.
Driver's License: In some countries, a valid driver's license with a clear photograph and signature may be accepted as an identification document.
National Identification Card: Some countries may accept a national ID card with a clear photograph and signature.
Military ID: If applicable, a military identification card with a photograph and signature may be accepted.
Government-Issued ID: In rare cases, a government-issued ID with a photograph and signature, such as a voter ID card, may be accepted. Check with the test center for specific guidelines.
Visa: If you're testing in a country where a visa is required for entry, ensure you have a valid visa to enter the country and take the GMAT.
GMAT Appointment Confirmation: On the test day, you may be required to present a copy of your GMAT appointment confirmation, which you can print from your GMAT account.
|Official GMAT Prep Course||GMAC||This is the official GMAT prep course from the test maker. It includes a full-length practice test, video lessons, and practice questions.|
|Magoosh GMAT Prep||Magoosh||This is a popular online GMAT prep course that offers a variety of features, including video lessons, practice questions, and live online classes.|
|Veritas Prep GMAT||Veritas Prep||This is another popular online GMAT prep course that offers a variety of features, including video lessons, practice questions, and one-on-one tutoring.|
|Princeton Review GMAT||The Princeton Review||This is a well-known GMAT prep course that offers both in-person and online classes.|
|Kaplan GMAT||Kaplan||This is another well-known GMAT prep course that offers both in-person and online classes.|
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