Good news - You can restore your cancelled GMAT scores within 60 days!
You were unhappy with your Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score and cancelled it, only to realize later that the score was enough to get you into your desired B-school abroad? Well, here's a piece of good news for you:
Instead of having to pay $250 and retake the GMAT, you can simply reinstate (restore) your cancelled GMAT score! (provided that you do this within 60 days of cancelling your score.) Seems like it's going to be a happy Diwali for management aspirants in India looking at study abroad options :)
Also read: Colleges Accepting GMAT Score in India
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Other changes that the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has introduced in the GMAT that will make it a better experience for candidates in India:
- You can now re-take GMAT within 16 days of cancelling your score instead of 30 days.
- Your GMAT score card that is shared with B-schools will no longer mention whether you've re-took the test or how many times you re-appeared for it
Also read: Understanding GMAT scores
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The Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive test created by GMAC to check the suitability of students to pursue MBA/ management programs. 6000+ programs offered by 21,000+ universities/ colleges in 114 countries have been using the GMAT as a mandatory part of their admission/ selection process. Read more about this exam: All about GMAT