The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has declared a number of modifications in GMAT which will be shown on the official website from July 19. In order to check the official score report, the aspirants are required to insert their date of birth rather than putting a verification code.
According to a report in Times of India, the council declared that the organisation will remove cancelled scores from score reports. Also, it shall allow graduate management education candidates to retake the GMAT exam after a 16-day time period rather than the previous 31-day retake period and enable test takers to view their official score report online using their date of birth instead of an authentication code.
The aspirants of Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) need not to wait for a month as the exam will be re-conducted after 16 days..
Further in a report, Vice President, Ashok Sarathy said, “We continuously ask candidates and test takers about their GMAT experience and seek input from them about ways to make that experience better.This will help the aspirants to achieve more confidence and assurance over their GMAT experience by allowing them to cancel their scores without the cancellation appearing in score reports.”
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) exam is a computer based evaluation that judges your verbal, mathematical, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing skills. The exam comprises of four sections which includes analytical writing assessment, integrated reasoning, quantitative and verbal.