Scheduling the GMAT means logging into , creating an account , checking available time-slots of test at various venues, selecting a time-slot, date and a venue and finally paying up and registering for the test.
There are four stages in GMAT preparation

  1. Benchmarking – Attempting a Diagnostic/Simulated GMAT to get an idea about
    • your present score,
    • identify your strong and weak areas
    • understanding the intricacy of the syllabus,
    • how much you need to study to master the subjects,
  2. Concept & Strategy Learning – Learning all concepts tested in the four sections of GMAT and strategies to handle them effectively.
  3. Practice of Concepts & Strategies – Learning and improving by attempting multiple topic and multiple section exercises.
  4. Perfection – Learning test dynamics of GMAT by attempting at least 15 Simulated/Mock GMAT exams.
    The first three stages take 2 to 3 months, while the fourth stage take 1 to 2 months. The scheduling of the GMAT has to be done at least 1 to 2 months in advance. So the scheduling of the GMAT has to be done somewhere at the end of the third stage of your preparation.

:- Please keep your teacher/mentor in the loop while taking the decision of scheduling your GMAT.
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