GMAT Test Dates
By: Jenny Carson
The computer-based GMAT is given all year round during week days. You can take the computer-based version of the test at any time.
The first thing a student must do in order to take the GMAT exam is to select a test center. Most GMAT test centers are permanent, but some are temporary. The temporary centers offer the GMAT only on selected dates during the year.
Although the GMAT is a computer-based test, some countries also offer the paper-based form of the test a few times throughout the year.
If you want to take the GMAT test, you should visit the official site at www.mba.com.
On the official GMAT site, you will find an entire list of test centers. Students normally choose the GMAT test center that is closest to them geographically. Each GMAT test center has its own schedule of test dates.
Once you have decided where you are going to take the test, you must register to take the GMAT. You can register for online, by phone, or mail.
To register by phone, call the central registration number: 1-800-717-GMAT.
If you prefer to register for the GMAT exam by mail, you can get a copy of the GMAT Information Bulletin for Testing in 2009.
You can find out the dates and times that the test is offered, pay for the test, and schedule your appointment for your test on www.mba.com.
If you have a disability, you must follow the steps for registration stated in the "Test-Takers with Disabilities" article, which can be found on the official GMAT site.
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Jenny Carson is an internet entreprenuer and author of student study guides for university entrance exams.
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