In order to appear for this standardized test GMAT, as such there is no minimum educational qualification requirement approved by the testing authority GMAC. However, if the candidate’s age is below 18 years, then he/she has to send a written form to “GMAT Customer Services” of his/her region signed by parents or local guardian which will authorize such candidates to take up the GMAT exam and also states that the applicant and parent agree to adhere to all the terms and conditions of GMAC. The test scores are valid for five year and most of the universities accept the scores which are up to 5 years old. However it is better if the scores are atleast 2 years old.
Repeating the exam
In case the candidate is not satisfied with his/her GMAT score, then they can think about applying for taking GMAT again. If the candidate repeats the GMAT test, then their scores from the latest test date and the two most recent test administrations in the five years will be reported to the institutions they designate as recipients. However in any case, a candidate cannot sit for exam twice or more than that in the same calendar month, even if they have taken the test and cancelled the scores.