Your GMAT® score report will include information such as your contact information as well as the information that was required for you to register for the test (such as your demographic information). Not only will your score report contain your latest exam score, but it will contain your GMAT® scores from the past five years.
Your score report ranks you by percentile. Your score report will provide information such as the percentage of test-takers who scored below taking into consideration the entire group of GMAT® test-takers as a whole from the previous three years. GMAT® scores can range anywhere from 200 to 800; while typical scores (approximately two-thirds) range from 400 to 600. Your percentile rank can change each time you take the exam, however, your scaled score will always stay the same.
You are able to receive unofficial scores from the verbal and quantitative multiple-choice sections in addition to the total score of the GMAT® immediately following the test. If you chose to receive your official score by mail, it generally takes approximately 20 days after the test day for you to receive your score report. If you chose to receive your official GMAT® score online, you will receive an e-mail approximately 20 days after the test day containing a link to access your score report online. The schools and programs that you chose to receive your GMAT® scores will also receive your official score reports approximately 20 days after the exam.
Visit www.mba.com/mba/TaketheGMAT to download a sample score report. You will be able to compare the scores of other GMAT test-takers, and also compare your score to theirs.