How many times should you take the GMAT? More than once, if you didn't ace it on the first try. But watch out: Multiple scores that fall in the same range make you look unprepared. Don't take the test more than once if you don't expect a decent increase, and don't even think of taking it the first time without serious preparation. Two tries is best. Three, if there were unusual circumstances or if you really need another shot at it. If you take it more than three times, the admissions committee will think you have an unhealthy obsession with filling in dots. A final note: if you submit more than once score, most schools will take the highest.
CAT 2017 registration was opened on August 9, 2017 and will close on September 25 at 5PM after the CAT 2017 registration last date is extended from September 20. CAT 2017 notification was released on July 30 by IIM Lucknow who is conducting CAT 2017 exam. The CAT notification and CAT 2017 advertisement scheduled the CAT 2017 registration last date as September 20 but now it has been extended for 5 more days and now CAT 2017 registration will end at 5PM on Monday September 25. Accordingly, the IIM CAT registration for CAT exam 2017 is still open.
Test takers may register for the GMAT either online at or by calling one of the test centers.  To schedule an exam, an appointment must be made at one of the designated test centers. The GMAT may not be taken more than once within 16 days, even if the scores are canceled. Official GMAT exam study materials are available on the online store and through third-party vendors. The cost of the exam is $250. All applicants are required to present valid ID when taking the test.  Upon completion of the test, test takers have the option of canceling or reporting their scores. As of July 2014, test takers were allowed to view their score before making this decision.