The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has introduced a score reporting feature that will enable prospective business students taking the GMAT to preview their unofficial score before deciding whether to report or cancel them. However, it will have to be a split second decision.
A release from the Council confirmed that the score reporting feature is available to the test takers at around 600 centers all round the world that conducts the GMAT exam starting from 27 June.
Test takers you will be given the opportunity to immediately report or cancel their scores after taking the test or leaving the test center. Under the new process, the MBA aspirants view their unofficial scores – Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal, and total and will be given exactly two minutes to decide whether to accept them. The scores will be cancelled if they fail to take any decision. However, analytical writing assessment scores remain unaffected by the newly introduced policy.
In addition, test takers who decide to cancel their scores at the test center will be able to reinstate them within a duration of 60 days from the date of the test. A fee of US $ 100 has to be paid to retrieve the scores.
GMAC, a nonprofit association of business schools conducts the GMAT and the scores of the test are used by more than 6,100 graduate business and management programs all round the world.