Here, you will find a series of our most frequently asked questions in relation to our courses and GMAT in general.

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  • You can take the GMAT exam once every 16 days.
  • You can take the GMAT exam 5 times during a rolling 12-month period and no more than 8 times in total.

  • If you do the exam at the test center you see the score immediately.
  • If you take the exam at home, your official online exam score will be available via your account within 7 business days of completing your exam.
  • Your official score report will be available to you within 20 calendar days of your GMAT exam.

The score reports that are sent to schools will only include those scores that you have accepted. Any GMAT scores canceled by you will not be included or otherwise indicated in the school version of the score report.

However, the official score report you receive will include all GMAT exams that you have taken within the past 5 years.

GMAT scores are valid for 5 years (available for reporting for up to 10 years).

Yes, you can cancel your score at the test center immediately after the exam, at no additional cost.

Your GMAT score online (at home) can also be canceled for a fee, within 72 hours after the scheduled start time of your exam.

Your canceled scores will not be shown or otherwise indicated on the score reports sent to schools.

However, all attempts (whether the score is canceled or not) will be counted toward the 8-lifetime limit.

  • Each individual has their own unique preparation plan.
  • Students tend to start preparing right after graduation or between job transitions.
  • Strong English speakers / Quant background tend to need 1 to 2 months to prepare.
  • Average English speakers / Quant background tend to need 3 to 4 months to prepare.
  • Weak English speakers / Quant background will need between 6 to 8 months to prepare.

We can provide a pre-test to assist in determining a framework for preparation time.

  • If there were 100 test takers, there would need to be 87 test takers who score less than you.
  • In Thailand, the majority of GMAT takers are BBA and engineering graduates, who are normally awarded at least a second-honor.
  • Therefore, 700+ is not easy, but achievable with the right tactics.
  • Most importantly, you have to achieve your best in quant and verbal scores at the same time. Poor preparation, in either part, will definitely bring your score down.

  • Our group courses have been designed around both the verbal and quantitative portions. With over 20 years of experience, we have crafted the most effective strategies and foundations to ace the GMAT.
  • Private sessions can be arranged to suit specific needs, however.

  • Per GMAC 2020 test taker statistics, the average GMAT score for Thai students is 510.
  • The average score for Real GMAT students is 650.