GMAT Test Dates
You can take the test every day, in morning and afternoon, if the test centers are not booked. Before selecting a test date, you need to select possible locations. You can do that here.
When planning your test dates, there’s a few important rules to keep in mind:
1) you may take a maximum of 5 tests per rolling 365 days (1 year).
2) you may only take your test once every 16 working days.
When planning your test, also keep in mind that various institutions have different rules relating to the GMAT that change per institution. Keep the following things in mind:
1) Deadlines of the university for applying to a specific programme may differ (greatly) from the starting date of the programme, and may reach maximum capacity even quicker. Planning your test date well in time may contribute to a succesful application.
2) Some universities accept scores no older than 1, 1,5 or 2 years, where the GMAT is valid for 5 years. Make sure your score is still valid for the specific university your applying to. The planning of your test date may influence the validity of the score for 1 or 2 application rounds.