How do I find my old GMAT scores?

How do I find my old GMAT scores?

You can sign into your account at to see any GMAT scores that you accepted in the past five years. If you want to see scores from a GMAT that you took more than five but fewer than 10 years ago, then you can gain access to them via a special score report request.

What is the total score for GMAT?

200 to 800

How many times can you retake GMAT?

How often can I take the GMAT™ exam? You can take the GMAT™ exam once every 16 calendar days and no more than five times in a rolling 12-month period and no more than eight times total (lifetime limit effective Decem). For more information, click here.

Should I retake my GMAT?

So, if your score is below 600, you should consider retaking the GMAT. You can see that 70% of the students have improved their GMAT score on their retake. Moreover, 41% have improved by 50 points or more. So, there is a high probability that you may improve your score by 50+ points on your GMAT retake.

Does number of GMAT attempts matter?

No matter how many times you’ve taken the GMAT, business schools are going to look at the highest score you’ve got. Some schools will even look at the highest score for each section, so you want to check the specific policy of your target schools.

Can schools see Cancelled GMAT scores?

To ensure that test takers have an accurate record of their GMAT exam history, you will still see all your GMAT exams on your record, including cancelled scores. However, cancelled scores will not be displayed on the version of score reports sent to schools.

How do I view Cancelled GMAT scores?

To reinstate your score, log into your account. Note the following: Canceled scores can be reinstated up to four years and 11 months from the exam date. (This time frame accounts for the five-year validity of a GMAT exam score, with a one month allowance for processing.)

What is a good unofficial GMAT score?

How the GMAT is ScoredScoreRangeTotal Score200–800 Reported in 10-point incrementsQuantitative Score0–60 Reported in 1-point incrementsVerbal Score0–60 Reported in 1-point incrementsIntegrated Reasoning1–8 Reported in 1-point increments1 more row