About the GMAT Score

The GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800. Note that this score is only based on the Quantitative and Verbal section. Each Pre-Master’s, Master’s or MBA program sets their own minimum admission score. Whether the other components (AWA and IR) are also assessed depends on the school you are applying to. Hardly any Dutch program assesses these other components. You score will be sent to the school you are applying to automatically.

The GMAT score is an absolute score, but you will also receive a percentile score. This score indicates how you scored compared to the others who took the test in the past three years. The percentile rank of your score shows you the percentage of tests takers with scores lower than yours. Every year, each test taker’s score is updated with the most recent year’s percentiles.

When you have taken the GMAT and would like to find information on your performance and a more complete overview of how you did on your exam, get your Enhanced Score Report (ESR). Your ESR gives you a detailed analysis of your performance—by question type, areas of focus, and pacing—so you can fine-tune your preparation and do even better next time around.

Click here to learn which course suits you best, considering the score you’re aiming for.