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Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAT)

The GMAT measures general verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills, and is designed to help predict a student's potential for academic performance.  Undergraduate field of study will not affect a test-taker's GMAT score. 

We suggest that you take a few months to study for the GMAT and sit for the test in the autumn prior to the year in which you apply, so that if a re-take is necessary, you will have sufficient time to schedule it.  In West Virginia, the test is administered in Morgantown and Charleston.  Scores are valid for five years from the date of the test.

We do not have a required minimum score for the GMAT, however scholarships are usually awarded to those with a score of 650 or higher. The range of scores for this year's MBA class is 530-760.  WVU's GMAT code is C2S-6D-13.

Visit www.mba.com for information on the GMAT, finding a testing center, scheduling your test, and downloading a sample test.

If you are currently an undergraduate student at WVU, check out http://www.be.wvu.edu/graduate/gmat_prepcourse.htm for information on our GMAT Prep Course.