Your GMAT score report includes five scores: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal and Total. It also includes all your scores from any previous GMAT tests that you have taken in the past five years, as well as the contact and demographic information that you provided when you registered for the test.
The Total score for the GMAT exam is reported on a scale of 200-800 and is based on performance on the Quantitative and Verbal sections. Two thirds of test takers usually score between 400 and 600.
The AWA and IR sections are scored separately and do not count toward the Total score. They are not included on unofficial score reports available immediately following the exam at the test centre, but are on the Official Score Reports available within 20 days of the exam. Your GMAT score is valid for five years.
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Unofficial scores from the Verbal and Quantitative sections, along with the Total score and an authorization number, will be available immediately after you have completed the test. You will be asked to indicate whether you wish to get your Official Score Report online or by mail when scheduling your GMAT appointment.
• Online - if you opted to receive your Official Score Report online, you will usually receive an e-mail within 20 calendar days of testing, with a link to your Official Score Report. To see the report, you will need to enter your authorization number from the unofficial score report. You may download or print the report.
• By mail - if you chose to receive your Official Score Report by mail, it will be sent to you approximately 20 days after testing but delivery time may somewhat vary.
On the day of the testing, before you begin the test, you can select up to five GMAT programmes to receive your Official Score Report. The programmes that you selected, will receive the report in approximately 20 days after testing. You can also order additional score reports sent to schools by mail or fax.
The complete list of authorised GMAT score report recipients is available in the GMAT Accepting School List.