We get this question, quite often, from our readers. GMAC does not distribute GMAT Vouchers directly to individual test takers. You have to contact your target Business Schools for vouchers.
Eligibility: Business Schools and Organizations, that accept GMAT scores, grant graduate level degree programs (in Business and Management) and provide financial aids (including fellowships and scholarships) are eligible for distributing the GMAT Vouchers.
Denomination: Eligible organizations can distribute GMAT Vouchers in denomination of $50, starting from $50 to $250.
The goal of the GMAT Voucher is to provide economically disadvantaged applicants with the opportunity to compensate the cost of the GMAT exam.
GMAT Fee Waiver
Another alternative for GMAT test takers is to request the Business Schools for GMAT Fee Waiver. Each year, GMAC offers each school with 10 GMAT Fee Waivers. Schools will offer the fee waiver directly or when you join the program.
The number of Fee Waivers is not limited to 10. Business Schools can request for more, if the applicant is eligible for the program. Once Business Schools approve your GMAT Fee Waiver, a code is shared with you. When you register for the GMAT appointment, apply the waiver code in mba.com
Please note that the code is equivalent to the entire GMAT Fee and is valid for one year (since the school received the code).
Essential GMAT Reading Comprehension Guide
After reading F1GMAT’s Essential GMAT Reading Comprehension Guide, you will:
1. Complete GMAT RC Questions in less than 1 minute and 50 seconds
2. Read Faster
3. Take Notes Effectively
4. Collect and Interpret Facts
5. Speed up Summary Creation
6. Remember Information
7. Question the Author
8. Learn to Answer GMAT Reading Comprehension Title question
9. Learn to Answer GMAT Reading Comprehension Main Idea Question
Mastering GMAT Critical Reasoning
After you read F1GMAT’s Mastering GMAT Critical Reasoning Guide, you will learn:
How to overcome flawed thinking in GMAT Critical Reasoning?