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You are required to take the Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing portions of the GMAT. Regular admission to the MBA, MBA:HCA, and Accounting programs requires a satisfactory score on these three portions of the examination. The test must be taken prior to beginning graduate study in a degree program. Applicants are responsible for contacting GMAT and requesting that official copies of their GMAT Scores be sent to the Graduate School.

Preferred Score Expectations

UL Lafayette Graduate School's preferred expectations under the GMAT score scale: 450.

NOTES:  1) UL Lafayette Graduate School uses a portfolio approach in all admission decisions; GMAT scores are only one factor of several considered when determining admission.  2) Some graduate programs expect slightly higher than the general scores stated below.  3) Conditional admission may be considered for application portfolios with GMAT scores below the stated preferred expectations.

UL Lafayette GMAT Score Report Code

The score report code for UL Lafayette is 6672.

It takes approximately 2 to 3 weeks for your official scores to be received in the Graduate School once you request they be sent.

Test Information

The GMAT is a computer-based test and is offered throughout the year at one of many official testing centers. After registering online, schedule a test date and location convenient for you.  Each test may be taken once per month.

International testing dates, formats (computer- or paper-based), and locations vary; check the GMAT website for more information in your country and region.

Contact GMAT

Pearson, VUE
Attention: GMAT Program
P.O. Box 581907
Minneapolis, MN 55458-1907

Test Preparation

Preparing for the GMAT general test lets you know what to expect during the test and can improve your test scores.  There are many options available to you ranging from study books to classes and from free to expensive.  Select the option that fits your study needs and budget.  See more on test preparation ideas here.

GMAT provides study material through its website.  Many universities, including UL Lafayette, offer free practice tests for its students through websites like  Test preparation books, software, online services, and/or courses are offered by several organizations including, but not limited to, Kaplan, Princeton Review, GMAT for Dummies books, Sylvan Learning Center, Test Review Institute, and UL Lafayette Continuing Education Department.