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# BREAKING NEWS FOR GMAT

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03 Apr 2018, 22:46
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JUST RECEIVED THE BELOW MAIL FROM GMAC

Starting on April 16, the GMAT® exam will be 30 minutes shorter. The total test time will now be 3.5 hours.

The time savings will mostly be on the Quantitative and Verbal sections. We’ve streamlined these sections to be less time and have fewer questions. We also shortened some of the tutorial screens from the beginning of the exam.

The exam content and the time you have per question won’t change. The exam will be scored the same, and it’s still the most trusted and proven indicator of your ability to succeed in business school. Rest assured that it’s the same GMAT exam with the same quality you expect—just shorter by half an hour.

More good news! To give you the most realistic practice experience, our official full-length practice exams will be updated no later than April 30 to reflect the new pacing of the shorter GMAT exam. We want you to be confident and fully prepared to do your best on test day.

If you would like to reschedule your exam as a result of this change, you can reschedule by calling GMAC Customer Service. Rescheduling and phone fees will be waived for requests received on or prior to April 11
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