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    PLEASE I AM NEW HERE AND JUST WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY GPA IT TAKES TO SIT FOR THE GMAT EXAM ?
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    New post 20 Feb 2013, 06:33
    GMAC will gladly let you take their exam if you give them $250. I doubt they care if you've graduated high school...
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    New post 20 Feb 2013, 07:20
    You can take the GMAT exam at any time. However, most schools have limits on the length of time that a GMAT score is good for - be mindful of this if you plan to take the exam at some point and plan to apply to business school a few years in the future. The one trick with excelling at the GMAT is being well prepared for the exam - simply put, your competition will be studying very hard for this exam and thus most people need to put in the same amount of time and energy into studying to perform at the same level.

    Good luck.

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    New post 16 Jan 2019, 09:18
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      PLEASE I AM NEW HERE AND JUST WANT TO KNOW HOW MANY GPA IT TAKES TO SIT FOR THE GMAT EXAM ?


      You need nothing but passport along with the following condition.
      Condition to take GMAT: If your age is at least 16 yrs, then you can take GMAT.
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