Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)

The Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®) are the makers of the GMAT® exam. Your path to a graduate business degree with global opportunities starts with the gold standard, the GMAT® exam.

There is no better time to think about business school and the GMAT exam while you’re in study mode as an undergraduate. The GMAT exam, an assessment of higher order reasoning skills, measures a test taker’s ability to evaluate information presented in different formats, from multiple sources—the skills necessary to succeed in our technologically advanced, data-rich world. No other exam lets you shine a spotlight on the skills that matter most in the graduate business classroom and in your career.

The GMAT is a trusted part of the admission process of more than 6,000 business and management programs worldwide. If you’re serious about going to business school, the GMAT is your best first step.

The GMAT is not just for business majors.

Studies show that business and nonbusiness majors perform well on the GMAT with the right preparation. There’s no better time to think about business school and the GMAT exam. If you are a current college junior or senior, take the GMAT now while you’re still in “study mode.”

Your scores are good for five years, so you can save them until you’re ready to apply to schools.


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