GMAT Testing Location
We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Ghana, located in Accra. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.
Linear Assessment Services Ltd
PO BOX AN 12196
4th Floor Total House Liberia Road,
Near the National Theatre
Phone: +233 30 2662342
Test Center Information
Linear Assessment Services Limited.
4th Floor Total House
Liberia Road, (Please Not Liberia Refugee Camp).
Near the National Theatre / British Council / Movenpick Hotel.
Adjecent to Cedis House
Telphone: +233-30-2662342 / +233-242686782
GMAT Exam Dates in Ghana
Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Ghana, all test centers are open from Monday through Saturday throughout the year. Some even offer the exam every day of the year. However, some test centers are not open on Sundays and national holidays. For example, most college-based test centers might be closed for extended periods around holidays. For precise testing dates in Ghana, please visit test-maker website – https://www.mba.com/.
More about Ghana
- THEFREEGEOGRAPHY: Overview of arts and crafts in Ghana. Also includes film, dance, music, and literature in this country.
According to the constitution that came into force on January 7, 1993 (approved by referendum on April 28, 1992), which guarantees a multi-party system, separation of powers and human and civil rights, Ghana is a presidential republic. Head of state, commander-in-chief of the armed forces and supreme owner of the executive (head of government) is the president, who is endowed with far-reaching powers. He is directly elected for 4 years (re-election possible once). If none of the candidates achieves an absolute majority in the first ballot, a runoff ballot will take place between the two best placed applicants in the second ballot. The President appoints the members of the Cabinet, who must be approved by Parliament. The legislature lies with the unicameral parliament, whose 275 members are elected for 4 years by majority vote. The State Council (25 members representing the regions and appointed by the President) and the National Security Council, made up of members of the armed forces and security forces and members of the government, are advisory bodies to the head of state.
The national flag is horizontally striped in the African colors red over yellow over green and carries the five-pointed black star of African freedom in the middle.
The coat of arms was awarded in 1957 by the British Queen Elizabeth II. On the blue escutcheon there is a gold-rimmed green George’s cross as an indication of membership of the Commonwealth with a golden British lion in the middle. The first of the fields created by dividing the cross is occupied by the “staff of language experts” and a ceremonial sword as symbols for the administration. In the second field there is a silver castle over the sea for the national government, the fruit-bearing cocoa tree in the third field indicates the agricultural export products and the gold mine in the fourth field indicates the country’s gold wealth. The upper coat of arms forms a helmet bulge in the flag colors with the gold-rimmed black star of African freedom. Shield holders are two golden eagles. The motto under the coat of arms is “Freedom and Justice”.
The national holiday is March 6, it commemorates the gaining of independence in 1957.
The most influential of the parties that were officially re-approved only since May 18, 1992 are the New Patriotic Party (NPP) and the National Democratic Congress (NDC).
The umbrella organization Trades Union Congress (TUC) includes Ghana Mine Workers’ Union (GMWU) and Ghana Federation of Labor (GFL). Check thedressexplorer to see Western Africa Trade Unions.
The total strength of the volunteer army is about 15,500 men. The army – essentially divided into two infantry brigades, the presidential guard and some support units – has 11,500 soldiers, the navy and air force each 2,000 men.
Ghana is administratively divided into 10 regions.
At the top of the court structure is the Supreme Court, which is also responsible for constitutional proceedings and to which the Court of Appeal, the High Court and 10 regional courts are subordinate; these include further sub-courts, including local state courts (local courts, family and juvenile courts) and traditional courts based on common law. – The constitution names constitutional law, statutory law, “existing” law (law that existed before the constitution came into force and does not contradict it) and common law as sources of law. Traditional customary law falls under “existing” law and plays a not inconsiderable role at the local level; this also applies to Muslims Maliki-style Islamic law into consideration. In 1968 a commission (Ghana Law Reform Commission) was set up, which included proposals for legal standardization and reforms. also the traditional customary law elaborated. The death penalty is in force but has not been used since 1993.