If you're looking for an old GMAT score, you'd better hope you took the test no longer than ten years ago, because that's how long GMAC (the Graduate Management Admission Council) keeps them around. Old GMAT scores are destroyed after ten years, which really isn't that big of a deal, considering most schools won't accept a GMAT score older than five years anyway.
The GMAC allows you to order old GMAT scores by phone, mail, fax or online, with different fees assessed for each method. Please note that there is a $10 fee assessed for every customer service phone call, so I'd request your score reports via email if I were you!
- Email: Monday-Friday, 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. CT. GMATCandidateServicesAmericas@pearson.com
- Phone: (toll-free): 1-800-717-GMAT 7 - 7 CT or 1-952-681-3680
- Fax: 1-952-681-3681