GMAT score calculator
In what ways can I calculate my GMAT score?
ChristineJoseph last edited by ChristineJoseph
To calculate your GMAT score, you must first determine the type of score you want to receive from the test. The GMAT has two types of scores:
- Total (composite) score: The total (or composite) score is a combination of your Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning sections. It ranges from 200 to 800. This is the only score that will be reported to schools.
- Subscores: There are three different subscores that are reported on a separate page after taking the test: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Total Integrated Reasoning. These range from 0-60 each. These scores are then added together.
Then, using a GMAT score calculator, estimate your approximate score using a GMAT score chart.
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