Have you appeared the GMAT exam recently and just received your GMAT exam score? Traditionally, GMAT score reports reflect the total scores of the entire exam from the different sections of the test like the Verbal, Quantitative, and Integrated Reasoning as a whole. You may wonder how much you’d have scored in each question per section individually and where do you stand in terms of your performance with respect to each section? To answer all your questions, we bring you an article on the GMAT Enhanced Score Report (ESR) which is a detailed and comprehensive analysis of your performance on the GMAT exam.
The GMAT ESR gives you a piece of detailed information and personal insights on a question-by-question basis and significant feedback to you regarding your overall GMAT score. The Enhanced Score Report provides the test-takers with some valuable information about their exam performance, ranking and the time spent on each section. The purpose of accessing the Enhanced Score Report of your GMAT exam is that it gives you complete control over your performance and the impact it has on the various applications and B-school experience.
Ideally, your GMAT Enhanced Score Report comprises the following:
- Your composite performance ranking section-wise and by question type.
- It reflects your performance as you progressed through the quantitative and verbal sections of the test.
- It exhibits your time management skills as such which section consumed more time during the examination center.
- The total percentage of questions which were answered correctly.
- It offers a customized concise report for each section that evaluates your strengths and weaknesses.
- It shows how well you’ve performed the difficult questions.
- It helps you to identify section-wise information of each tab and the various tables and charts you went through for answering different questions.
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What are the charges of getting your GMAT Enhanced Score Report?
You can purchase your GMAT ESR from the GMAT official website by paying US$30 and it will be delivered within 24 hours, but it might take a while up to 72 hours to be available. You can access it for five years from your exam date.
Key Points to remember about your GMAT ESR:
- Your ESR is NOT the same as your Official Score Card. It is a tool which gives an in-depth review of your GMAT exam performance.
- The Analytical Writing Section is not part of the Enhanced Score Report as the latter only reflects your Unofficial Score Report to draw insights.
- If at the exam center, you happen to reject your GMAT score, even then your ESR is still available. However, if the score is canceled due to some policy violation, then the ESR might not be available.
- GMAT ESR is available to test-takers who have taken the exam after October 1, 2013, and can be accessed up to five years from then.
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