The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which conducts the GMAT exam for admissions to MBA in various universities across the world, has launched the new GMAT Enhanced Score Report to provide test takers with access to an in-depth analysis of their overall performance. This is aimed at helping the MBA aspirants prepare better for the exams.
The analysis will include their performance in various sections and subsections within the test. The report provides metrics which describe everything from the test taker’s average time taken to answer each question type, to overall time management relative to other test takers. It also provides an insight and analysis into how students might use the report to improve their score.
This new GMAT Enhanced Score Report is in addition to the GMATPrep Enhanced Score Report introduced in 2014 which guides the students in their study and practice when using GMAC’s official GMATPrep.
“The value of the GMAT Enhanced Score Report is that, used alone or together with the GMAT’s other prep and score reporting features, It can help students strengthen their performance, improve their scores and be better prepared for the process of applying to business school,” said Ashok Sarathy, vice president of Product Management at GMAC. “With the control that comes from these features, students can be confident that they are putting their best foot–and their best GMAT score– forward.”
The GMAT Enhanced Score Report can be purchased after taking of the exam.