The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test, a standardized test required by the vast majority of business schools because it provides a measure of an applicant’s academic ability. The GMAT test does not include any questions that gauge your business knowledge. The GMAT test is computerized and administered six days each week, 52 weeks per year. While the exam can be taken at virtually any time, it can only be taken once per 31 days and 5 times per year.
To be eligible to receive GMAT scores, an institution must be a degree-granting institution that offers graduate-level programs in business and management. The institution must be accredited to grant degrees.
The list below contains the universities, fellowships, and scholarships that either accept or require GMAT scores for admission to their programs.