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GMAT Test Registration Fee

Instructor: Laura Melega
Find out about how much it will cost to take the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). In addition, you'll learn about when the test is available, and how you can get prepared for it.

GMAT Exam Fees

The online registration fee to take the GMAT exam is $250, which includes score reporting to five schools. Registration via phone adds an additional $10 to the total registration fee. Fees can be paid with a major credit card or debit card. For those who want to schedule their test via U.S. Mail, the registration fee can be paid with a personal check, money order, or cashier's check.

Students who cancel their GMAT registration online more than seven days before the exam are eligible for an $80 refund. Cancellation by phone is also an option, but you'll be charged $10 for doing so. Fees are non-refundable for any cancellations made within seven days of the exam.

Other applicable fees may include:

Exam Date Change $50
Additional Score Report Requests$28 per report

GMAT Testing Dates

The GMAT exam is offered throughout the year worldwide. To make sure you take the test early enough, find out about application deadlines at the institutions you're thinking about attending.

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