GMAT to Feature Score Preview
“Do you want to cancel your score?” GMAT test takers have had to decide whether to answer ‘yes’ or ‘no’ with no objective idea of what their score was immediately after they finish their exam. This is about to change.
In what seems to be a response to competition from the GRE, GMAC (owners of the GMAT test) has just announced that effective July 19th, 2015, students will be able to see their GMAT score before they are asked whether they want to cancel the GMAT score. This is a big change, and we believe it is very much a change for the better. You will still be completely exhausted and tapped out when the computer asks you about this, but at least you will know your score.
So, in a few days time, expect to be given 2 minutes to decide whether to accept your unofficial scores — Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal, and Total; or cancel it.
If you do cancel your GMAT score at the test center, and then change your mind, you can ask GMAC to reinstate your score within 60 days. It will cost you another $100.
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