Your score is calculated based on:
- The number of questions answered correctly
- The difficulty of the questions answered correctly
- The number of questions completed (not just correct ones)
For this reason, we advise our GMAT students to attempt all questions on the GMAT.
GMAT test takers receive four scores. An Official GMAT Score Report shows each of these scores; in cases of repeat testing, the score report will show all of the test taker's GMAT scores for the past five years.
- Verbal (0 to 60) - 42 and above for 95th percentile
- Quantitative (0 to 60) - 50 and above for 95th percentile
- Analytical Writing Assessment (0-6) - Scored separately from overall GMAT score*
- Integrated Reasoning (0-8) - Scored separately from overall GMAT score
- Total Score (200 to 800) - 720 and above for 95th percentile
*different schools value the AWA differently
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam.