About the GMAT
What is the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)?
The GMAT exam is a standardized exam, delivered in English, which helps business schools assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management. The GMAT® exam is scored out of 800 and it does not require previous knowledge of business subjects. It is offered multiple times annually throughout the United States, as well as internationally. The GMAT includes three subject areas: Verbal, Math, and Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).
Information provided above was gathered from the official Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC ®) website and paraphrased for your convenience. For more detailed information about the GMAT, please visit www.mba.com. To find a test center near you- just add your zip code.
Your GMAT test score is one of the factors that will be reviewed by the admissions team when considering your application for admission into Barry University's MBA, MS in Accounting, or MS in Management program. In the School of Business, we recognize that many factors determine a person’s potential. Consequently, the School adopts a comprehensive application review by taking into consideration all aspects which support a candidate’s admission. A high GMAT score is one way in which you can strengthen your credentials when applying for graduate-level business programs.