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Graduate Management Admissions Test

The GMAT is used to assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management and is required by most graduate schools in business and management. It measures general verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that are developed over a long period of time and are associated with success in the first year of study. The GMAT does not presuppose any specific knowledge of business nor does it measure achievement in any particular subject area. It consists of questions in verbal and quantitative and two analytical writing topics. The test is computer-adaptive and is administered at Prometric Centers nationwide.

Candidates may register for the GMAT on the following website:

Preparation Courses are also available through University of Utah's Division of Continuing Education:

Last Updated: 1/18/22