GMAC is happy to announce a new feature to the GMAT® exam that will benefit test takers. Effective June 27, all test takers will now be able to view their unofficial GMAT scores prior to making a decision to accept or cancel them, giving them more certainty and control of how their application and GMAT scores are received by schools. GMAC is dedicated to promoting the value of graduate management education and make it easier to take the GMAT and connect with schools.
Here’s how it works:
á If a test taker accepts their scores, the official report will be sent to the schools they selected.
á If a test taker cancels their scores, the test attempt will appear on future score reports with a code of "C" (self-canceled), unless the test taker reinstates the scores within 60 days.
In addition, if a test taker decides to cancel their scores at the test center, they will have the option to reinstate their scores within 60 days from the date of their exam for a fee of USD$100. Detailed instructions and rules for about this change are available on page 13 of the GMAT Handbook and copied below.