Important Changes Observed in GMAT Scores & Reports, Read To Know More!

Getting into premier B-schools is not a cakewalk, however, GMAC brings a good news for all the aspirants. GMAC has brought about a few changes with respect to the GMAT scores.

Now, the cancelled test scores can be restored within a period of 60-days.

Earlier, many students despite being eligible for admissions in a particular university, students had to retake the test by paying fees all over again.

Initially, the students were provided with a gap of 30-days before the candidate could reappear for the test after cancelling the previous one.


The GMAC has initiated certain important changes making the GMAT test student-friendly.

Not only the above, certain other changes are as follows. Candidates can check their mistakes committed in one test on the Enhanced Score Report (ESR).

Also read: MBA Guidelines: 6 steps to mastering the art of MBA!

What is the Enhanced Score Report (ESR)?

The ESR will provide to students the overall break-up of sections hereby providing the students with complete insight of what went wrong in the test. The ESR will also help test-takers assess their weak areas and hence will help them to prepare well, if the candidate is planning for a re-test.

Important Changes Observed in GMAT Scores!

Earlier, the approach of the test proved to be more abstract for students who re-took the test. When a student decided to re-take a test, the change was mentioned in the final report that the student took to the B-schools for admission. This report considered to have caused a negative effect, therefore, the council dropped this approach and introduced a new one which is more effective and student-friendly.

The new approach to reports, will help students take re-test without a glitch of creating negative impact on the B-schools they wish to apply for. This approach by GMAC with respect to the result reports have brought in a sigh of relief to students, however, the effectiveness of this pattern is yet to be ascertained.

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