Test Day



What Are The Rules For Taking The Test?

You will not be allowed to eat, drink, or use tobacco while in the testing room. If you want to go outside, you must inform the test administrator where you are going, and you must remain in the immediate vicinity of the test center.

If you believe you have a problem with your computer, need more scratch paper, or require any other assistance, raise your hand and notify the test administrator.

You may not leave the workstation while timed sections of the test are being administered. If there is an emergency and you must leave your seat during the test session, raise your hand and notify the test administrator. The timing for the test section you are working on will not stop during your absence.



What If There Is A Technical Problem During The Test?

If the technical problem necessitates canceling the test session or causes problems with reporting your scores, you will be allowed to reschedule the test free of charge, or receive a full refund.

You may also seek reimbursement for reasonable and documented expenses associated with traveling to the test center. All reimbursements will be made in U.S. dollars.

To request reimbursement, please contact ETS-GMAT Customer Service with the following information within 30 days of your original appointment:

* Full name
* Date of birth
* Mailing address
* Daytime telephone number
* E-Mail address
* Original test date and appointment number
* A brief description of what occurred at the test center



What Will I Have To Bring On Test Day?

Bring a valid photo ID. You will not be admitted without it. You will also need to bring the names of the schools which will receive your scores, and if you made your GMAT appointment by mail, you will need your authorization voucher.

No testing aids are permitted. These include:

* Notes
* Scratch paper (provided at the test center)
* Calculators or watch calculators
* Stop watches or watch alarms
* Personal data assistants (PDAs)
* Telephones or cell phones
* Beepers or pagers
* Photographic devices
* Stereos or radios
* Any other electronic devices
* Books or pamphlets
* Dictionaries, translators, or thesauruses
* Pens or pencils (pencils are provided)
* Rulers or any other measuring devices




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