GMAT scores--valid for five years-are used in the business school admissions process to provide a common yardstick to compare candidates for admission, and to predict student success in business school. you will actually receive four scores on the GMAT.
- An overall score, ranging from 200 to 800
- A math subscore, ranging from 0 to 60
- A verbal subscore, ranging from 0 to 60
- A score for the Analytical Writing Assessment, ranging from 0 to 6
This number tells business schools exactly where you fell with respect to other candidates who took the GMATEach of the scores above is also accompanied by percentile rank. The percentile rank highlights what proportion of test takers scored lower than you on the test. The higher the percentile rank, the better you did. For example, if you received a percentile rank of 85, you did better than 85 percent of test takers.
Must to visit site
gmac.com -- the official site of the Graduate Management Admission Council. Contains some great information, resources, forums, and worksheets to help prospective MBA students determine the best programs and schools for you.