Tuesday, 16 January 2018

How To Register For GMAT Exam In Nigeria (Step By Step Guide) 


The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is accepted at more than 2,000 business schools worldwide.

Through the GMAT exam,you will be able to showcase the skills that business school admissions officers and corporate recruiters look for.

The GMAT is taken by over 250,000 students every year,make sure that you register for the GMAT 3 months earlier and also be sure that your test results will be ready for the application process or for whatever reason your taking the exam for. 
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You can register for the GMAT anywhere from six months to 24 hours before your selected test date,but early registration is key in other for you to be prepared and also so that you can select your preferred location for the exam.

In this post I will show you how to register for GMAT Exam in Nigeria from the comfort of your living room.  

How To Register For GMAT Exam In Nigeria (Step By Step Guide)

Step 1: 

Using an internet enabled phone or device log on to www.mba.com,to create a free account. 

Immediately you log on to MBA.com the website will direct you to MBA.com/africa because your located in Nigeria.

Simply log in if you have once registered,but if your a new user go ahead and create an account,enter your first and last name, email, and a preferred password.

After registering,write down your password in a safe place. 

Step 2:

After creating your account on www.mba.com,go ahead and click on ''Register Today'' to start the registration process.
Afterwards click on "Schedule a GMAT Exam". 

Step 3:

Another page will open where you will be expected to fill in your personal details such as name, address, phone number, date of birth, s*x, and country of citizenship.

Step 4:

The next stage is totally optional,you will be asked for your educational information, like where you went to college, when you graduated,your work experience Etc
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You can fill this space if you want to put yourself on an email lists for graduate programs and scholarship,but if you have no interest in this,go ahead and skip that section.


Step 5:

After filling the form,you will be asked to verify if the information provided is correct,make sure the information you filled is the same with the name and details on your international passport.

If there is any discrepancies or errors you won't be allowed to take the exam on the exam day.
After checking for errors,go ahead and click on "Save Profile".

Step 6:

After savings your profile the next step is for you to Choose a Test Center close to you,automatically the website will displace test centers close to you,or you can manually put and search for a new location/address to see the test centers that will come up. 


You will see all the test centers in the surrounding area with a list of their address and their locations.

Go ahead and select a test center,then pick a date.

After selecting a date,go ahead and select the time of day, 
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morning or afternoon, whenever you want to take the exam. Available dates and time will show up.

Step 7: 

This is the part where you will be expected to pay the $250 registration fee which is approximately between N80,000 to N90,000 Naira depending on the current  dollar conversion rate. 



Make sure you cross check that all the information and personal details you supplied are accurate. 
Check on the last box before paying which says that you agree to the GMAT policies. 
Go ahead to make payment using your Credit/Debit Dollar/Naira Mastercard.

After successfully making payment you will get an email confirming your GMAT registration and also see the confirmation in your MBA account.

You can print out the confirmation letter and details. Also you have access to the free GMAT PrepSoftware.
Download and study in other to prepare for your exam.

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