Unlike many other admissions tests, GMAT testing is given year-round in most locations around the world. That means you have a lot of flexibility to decide when you want to take the test, but you should be careful to schedule your test early enough to ensure that your scores are available by your application deadlines. You can register to take the GMAT now.

Important GMAT update: The GMAT is changing on April 16, 2018. The Quantitative Reasoning Section will drop from 37 questions in 75 minutes to 31 questions in 65 minutes. The Verbal Reasoning Section will drop from 41 questions in 75 minutes to 36 questions in 65 minutes. GMAC has elected to reduce overall exam time from 4 hours to 3.5 hours (including breaks and instructions) by reducing the number of unscored questions used for research on the exam.


If you are scheduled to take the GMAT before April 16, 2018, you may reschedule if you wish to take the shorter exam. Reschedule before April 11, 2018, for a waiver on your rescheduling fee. Visit mba.com for more details.

Check out this quick and easy process for preparing for the GMAT

  • Take a GMAT practice test to see how you stack up and what sections you need to focus on.
  • Find the GMAT prep option that works best for your learning style. We have options ranging from one-on-one tutoring to self-paced programs and books.

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