GMAT To Be Offered From Home Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Due to the outbreak of COVID-19 coronavirus, GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) have announced that they will start offering the GMAT test at home as early as mid-April. There is no set date currently.

The test will be identical to the current GMAT test, with the exception of the analytical writing assignment, which will be omitted. Other than that, the structure, length and scoring will be the same. It is thought that there will also be a price reduction.

Remote proctors will be monitoring tests and improved check-in and security will be employed for at home test-takers.

The GMAC are working hard to ensure that the test will be able to be taken by all students who want and need, regardless of location. For more information and updates check

Read more about how MBA programs will be affected by coronavirus. Check out the ARINGO blog here