GMAT preparation


How to Apply?

Obtain the “GMAT Information Bulletin” available free at Schedule Form.  There are three ways to register:

Registering by Online:

To schedule a test appointment online you have to complete the required details online on the official GMAT registration website. If you choose to schedule a test appointment online, you must sign up as a registered user of Web site if you have not already done so. Be sure to enter your name and birthdates exactly as they appear on the identification you will present at the test center.

Presenting Proper Identification
The following are the only acceptable forms of ID that you may use at the test center:

  • Passport*
  • Government-issued driver’s license
  • Government-issued national/state/province identity card (including European ID card)
  • Military ID card

*If you are testing in Bangladesh, China (including Hong Kong), Pakistan, India, or Singapore, you must present your passport as your identification.

Note:No other forms of identification will be accepted at the test center. Unacceptable forms of ID include expired passports or driver’s licenses, social security cards, draft classification cards, credit cards, employee or student IDs, letters from your university or college, IDs with physical descriptions in place of photos, or any other kind of ID that does not meet the requirements described above.

Please note that test fee payments for online test appointments can only be made by credit card. So, you need to have a VISA®, MasterCard®, American Express®, or JCB® card to register online for the GMAT.

Register GMAT Online here:

Registering by Fax:

If registering by fax, you must send your fax at least SEVEN DAYS prior to your first choice of a test day.
If submitting the form by fax, you must pay by credit card. Visa, MasterCard, JCB®, and American Express are accepted. Please use the fax number for GMAT® Customer Service in your region.

Telephone lines are open Monday through Friday in each region, except on local national holidays.

Americas Region


1-800-717-GMAT (4628), 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central Time

Telephone: 1-952-681-3680, 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. Central Time
Fax: 1-952-681-3681

Asia-Pacific Region

Telephone: +61 2 9478 5430, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. AEST
In India: +91 (0) 120 432 4628,
9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Indian Standard Time
Fax: +61 2 9901 3330

Europe, Middle East, Africa (EMEA) Region

Telephone: +44 (0) 161 855 7219, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. BST
Fax: +44 (0) 161 855 7301

Registering by Phone:

To schedule your test appointment by phone, please use the telephone numbers based on your location as mention above.

You will be asked for:
– Personal details (Name, date of birth, address etc).
– Credit Card information
– Choice of dates for the test
– Your test date and appointment will be confirmed during the call.

Registering by Mail/Courier:

If you are mailing the form, please include a check, or a money order, or credit card information with your form. Requests received without payment will be returned. Mail your completed form to:

Pearson VUE
Attention: GMAT® Program
PO Box 581907
Minneapolis, MN 55401

Note: Please keep in mind it can take up to eight (8) weeks for letters to reach the U.S. from some countries.

Asim Ask:

Sir, I am having some problem regarding my GMAT test appointment. My test appointment was scheduled on 16 Jan 2006. But due to some reason I was not allowed to test. The reason was that the name with which I registered with the GMAT council at did not match with the name which is on my passport. But I also provided secondary Id which contain the same name and detail as I registered with the council. This was not the problem with me alone it was also with my brother who also registered for the test on the same day. Just 15 days before that I gave TOEFL there I did not any face problem like this, Another main problem is that I am trying to report this to the . GMAT council at there email id provided for Asia Pacific but they are not replying me back. I am mailing him in hope that I can get at least some amount refund or a rescheduled date from them. I am ready to provide all the original documents but they are not replying. So what shall I do know, can you please suggest me.
Hope you will. Waiting for your reply in anticipation

Asim Khan
Kohinoor Colony, Panchakki Road,Aurangabad-431001


When scheduling your test appointment, be sure the spelling of your name and your birthdate exactly match the name and birthdate printed on the identification you will present at the test center. If this information does not match, you will not be permitted to take the test and your test fee will be forfeited.

Sang Asks:
Myth/Fact:- GMAC sends a free copy of latest O.G. on registration for the GMAT test .


It is just a myth. GMAC® offers the GMATPrep™ software at no charge to all potential test takers. GMATPrep™ software features two full-length, timed, computer-adaptive tests whose delivery simulates that of the actual exam. It includes a set of practice questions for each type of question asked on the exam, answers, and explanations, as well as a comprehensive math review and real-time scoring of the multiple-choice sections. The complete GMATPrep™ software can be downloaded for free when you sign up as a user on A free CD-ROM version of the GMATPrep™ software is also offered to those scheduling their first appointment to take the GMAT® exam. The software requires Microsoft Windows® (it is not compatible with Apple® Macintosh® computers).

Abhinav Asks: 

Can you please tell me that it is necessary to have work experience for appearing in GMAT exams.


For appearing in GMAT you do not required any work experience. You can give GMAT without any work experience. But keep in mind work experience required at the time of application. Because candidate having work ex preferred in B school admission.


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