The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has announced an improved system of providing GMAT test takers with their exam results.
The GMAT is used by many schools to determine entry into their MBA and EMBA courses.
The new GMAT Enhanced Score Report will deliver an in-depth analysis of their exam results and overall performance including their performance on the various sections and subsections within the exam.
The report will be delivered to the test takers following the exam sitting and will describe every result detail including the average time taken to answer each question, overall time management relative to other test takers and analysis about how students could potentially improve their score next time.
The GMAT Enhanced Score Report is one part of the series of new products GMAC has developed to help students perform their best, joining the GMATPrep Enhanced Score Report introduced in 2014 with which students can guide their study and practice when using GMAC’s official GMATPrep.
Both the Enhanced Score Report and the Score Preview provide students with greater control over how and when their scores are sent for evaluation to a business school. If in the case test takers feel their score isn’t up to their standards or falls below the average accepted by a certain school, they are able to cancel the GMAT score before it is sent out.
Vice President of Product Development at GMAC Ashok Sarathy believes the new control and performance strengthening features are extremely important to test takers, making sure they have the opportunity to do their absolute best.
“The value of the GMAT Enhanced Score Report is that, used alone or together with the GMAT’s other prep and score reporting features, it can help students strengthen their performance, improve their scores and be better prepared for the process of applying to business school,” he said.
“With the control that comes from these features, students can be confident that they are putting their best foot – and their best GMAT score – forward,” said Vice President Sarathy.
For more information about the GMAT Enhanced Score Report and how to access it visit the GMAT Website.