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May 06, 2023 by Admin
GMAT 2023 News

The GMAT 2023 exam registration dates were released by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) on May 5, 2023. However, beginning on August 29, 2023, interested and qualified applicants can apply for the exam by filling up the GMAT 2023 application form online by logging into the website. (@gmac.com. ). GMAT official-prep will be accessible from June 6 2023, including a free study planner for 6 weeks.

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized entrance exam conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)  for admission to various management programs in various business schools in different countries.

New structures have been added to the GMAT 2023 test, such as allowing aspirants to select the section order of the exam and the capability to review and amend questions. In addition, in GMAT 2023 Focus Edition, the sentence correction component has been removed, and a new section known as Data Insights (DI) has been added. Besides, GMAC has reduced the GMAT exam timings by one hour. As a result, there will be  45-minute 3 sections, and this edition does not comprise an essay.

The GMAT 2023 will be held multiple times a year. Hence, there is no specific date for the GMAT 2023 exam. However, the candidates can book their slot for the exam at their convenience during the application process.

GMAT 2023 Eligibility Criteria

Below are the minimal requirements for taking the GMAT 2023:

  • Candidate must be minimum of 18 years old to be eligible.
  • The GMAT test and GMAT 2023 exam date may be taken a maximum of five times in a rolling 12-month period, with a 16-day break between each try.
  • Candidates must have passed a graduating exam from an accredited university or other institution to qualify.
  • There is no minimum or maximum criterion for grades in the qualifying test.

GMAT 2023 Registration Process: 

The registration process for GMAT 2023 is completely online. Candidates have to create an account on the official GMAT website and follow the steps mentioned below:

  • Applicants must create an account on the official GMAT website.
  • Fill up all the required details such as name, email ID, mobile number, etc.
  • Then, select the exam date and time as per your preference.
  • Pay the GMAT 2023 exam fee using the online payment gateway.
  • After the successful payment, candidates will receive a confirmation email.
  • Candidates are required to carry a valid ID proof to the examination hall.

GMAT 2023 Exam Pattern

  • Duration: The exam lasts for three hours, and you should plan on spending around 3.5 hours at the testing facility, including check-in and breaks.
  • Section: There are four independently timed sections on the GMAT exam.
  • Subjects covered in the paper included Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
  • Exam Mode: The exam will be conducted in remote proctored mode (Online)

Test Section

Time limit

Number of Questions

Score range

Analytical Writing Assessment



0-6 in 0.5-point increments

Integrated Reasoning



1-8 in 1-point increments

Quantitative Reasoning



6-51 in 1-point increments

Verbal Reasoning



6-51 in 1-point increments

GMAT 2023 Result

Results for GMAT 2023 will be made accessible online. Applicants may access their GMAT results by checking in with their registered email address and password. Candidates will be given a tentative result. The GMAT 2023 scorecard can be accessed up to 20 days following the test date. On the GMAT scorecard, the overall score, the percentile, and the candidates' information will all be shown.

GMAT 2023 Syllabus

Candidates must be familiar with the GMAT Syllabus 2023 if they intend to sit for the 2023 exam. These are the verbal skills and integrated reasoning sections, the quantitative part, and the analytical writing section. These parts will sum up the candidates' knowledge and skills.

GMAT syllabus - section overview

Test Section

Question Types

Analytical Writing Assessment

Analysis of an Argument

Integrated Reasoning

Multi-Source Reasoning

Table Analysis

Graphic Interpretation

Two-Part Analysis

Quantitative Reasoning

Data Sufficiency


Verbal Reasoning

Reading Comprehension

Critical reasoning

Sentence Correction