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ELIGIBILITY & FEES FOR GMAT

GMAT Eligibility Criteria:


  • Aspirants may take the exam no more than five times within a 12-month period.
  • The minimum period of wait between two consecutive exams is 16 days.
  • Candidates who have previously scored a perfect score of 800 must wait for five years before they a take a retest.
  • Candidate must follow all of the registration and testing rules.

GMAT 2017 Eligibility Criteria FAQ

What is the upper age limit of GMAT 2017?

There is no upper age limit for GMAT 2017.


What is the lower age limit for GMAT 2017?

As per GMAT eligibility criteria 2017, the lower limit set by GMAC is 18 years. Aspirants between the ages of 13 and 17 are allowed to appear for the exam on producing a written consent from their parent or legal guardian.


Is fluency in English an eligibility criteria for GMAT 2017?

GMAT is offered in English language only. GMAC assumes that candidates have the basic fluency and understanding of the English.


GMAT Exam Fee


Fee Type Particulars Amount
Exam Fee Graduate Management Aptitude Test Fee US $250
Cancellation Fee (Refund) More than 7 days before the exam US $80
Less than 7 days before the exam US 0
24 hours before the exam NA
Rescheduling Fee By phone (surcharge) US $10
Online (Surcharge) 0
More than 7 days before the exam US $50
Less than 7 days before the exam US $250