GMAT scores are not generally made public and are only shared with the schools and programs to which you have chosen to send your scores. When you take the GMAT, you will have the option to select up to five schools or programs to receive your scores for free as part of the test fee. You can also request that your scores be sent to additional schools or programs for an additional fee.
Your GMAT scores are confidential and are only released to the schools or programs that you have designated to receive them. Your scores are not made available to the general public or to employers.
If you are applying to an MBA program or other graduate business program, you may be required to report your GMAT scores as part of the application process. In this case, the school or program will ask you to provide your scores directly to them.
It’s important to note that while your GMAT scores are not generally made public, they may be shared with third parties in certain circumstances, such as if you consent to the release of your scores or if required by law. You can find more information about the confidentiality of GMAT scores in the GMAT Handbook.
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