GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is one of the trusted and preferred entrance tests among candidates who wish to pursue management education. It is an international-level entrance exam organised by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) throughout the year. GMAT 2020 can now be taken from home online with round-the-clock testing appointments. This year, students will have to appear for GMAT from home due to the ongoing Coronavirus pandemic. The candidates will also have the option of using use a physical whiteboard, online whiteboard, or both according to their preferences on the exam day.
The GMAT is a Computerised Adaptive Test (CAT) taken by students every year for admission to top business universities and institutions in India as well as abroad. GMAT is conducted in approx 112 countries around the world and the scores of GMAT exam are accepted by more than 2,100 universities and institutions. Taking GMAT can be really beneficial for those who wish to take up management as a career option. More than 6000 courses/programmes are offered by these GMAC associated institutes. This exam is popular among candidates who wish to pursue management courses like MBA, Master of Finance and Master of Accountancy.