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The Official Test Day Experience

Get the most realistic practice with the Official Test Day Experience. Only Kaplan students can take any of their computer-adaptive practice tests at an actual GMAT® testing facility and experience the real testing format and environment firsthand. Know what to expect on test day so you’ll score higher on the real GMAT®.

Please Note: You are enrolling for a Kaplan GMAT Experience exam only. This is not the real GMAT®.

Scheduling

In order to schedule your practice test with Pearson VUE, you first must request that option from your Kaplan GMAT account. Kaplan then sends Pearson VUE an authorization for you; you cannot schedule your test until Pearson VUE receives the authorization file. Please note that it can take up to 24 hours for Pearson VUE to receive the file from Kaplan. If Pearson VUE hasn’t received it when you try to schedule it, you’ll receive an email from us.

Appointments may be made up to one business day in advance.

  • Schedule Test Online
  • Schedule Test Over the Phone

Additional Information

Reschedule/Cancellation Policy

If you wish to reschedule or cancel your Official Test Day Experience, you must do so 72 hours prior to your scheduled appointment time. You can do so by either using the Reschedule/Cancel option on this website or calling customer service.

ADA Special Accommodations

If you require reasonable accommodations, you cannot schedule your test via the Internet. Please call Kaplan’s Customer Care Center at 1-800-KAP-TEST for special accommodation approval. Once approved, you can schedule your appointment by calling Pearson VUE’s customer service.

What to Bring to the Test Center

You must present at least one of the forms of IDs listed below when you arrive at the test center.

  • Passport
  • Government-issued driver’s license
  • Government-issued identity card
  • Military ID card

The ID must be current, legible and bear your name exactly as you provided when you made your test appointment. It must also include a recent, recognizable photograph, your signature and date of birth. If you cannot meet these requirements, you must present a second ID from the list above that includes the missing elements.

Pearson VUE maintains the highest standards of testing security at all Pearson Professional Centers. Therefore, the above ID policy for the Official Test Day Experience will be strictly enforced.

When to Arrive at the Test Center

Plan to arrive at the test center 30 minutes prior to your scheduled appointment time. This will give you adequate time to complete the necessary check-in procedures.

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Last updated 2013-12-14