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Hi,I will take my exam in Bruxxels,Belgium,
They require me to show the passport,but is it possible?
I am European citizen,Italian and Ihave just my ID..can you help me?


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Hi,I will take my exam in Bruxxels,Belgium,
They require me to show the passport,but is it possible?
I am European citizen,Italian and Ihave just my ID..can you help me?


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Hi marcuccio,

Welcome to GMATClub. :)

Most of the test centers require you to present the Passport on the day of the exam irrespective your country to citizenship.

So, I believe you must show them your passport if they are not accepting your ID card.
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Hi marcuccio,

Internationally, a passport is THE standard form of identification at the various GMAT Testing Centers, so the simple answer to your situation is for you to go get a passport before you take the GMAT. An Italian ID card will probably not be enough to gain you entry to the Test Center if you're planning to take the GMAT in a country other than Italy.

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marcuccio - just to add a data point.. I took my GMAT in Germany. I was a German resident and an Indian citizen at that point. I was required to show my passport.

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Ok..so I must get a passport asap
Furthermore is the exam the same everywhere?
Could I have more difficult taking the exam abroad?




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marcuccio - just to add a data point.. I took my GMAT in Germany. I was a German resident and an Indian citizen at that point. I was required to show my passport.

-Rajat Sadana


I would like you tu confirm that I will get the official score within 20 days maximum


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marcuccio - The exams are normalized so the exam that you are served should be very similar. Also you should get the official results at your official address regardless of where you take the exam.

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