GMAT Test Centers in Kyrgyzstan

By | March 11, 2019

GMAT Testing Location

We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Kyrgyzstan, located in Bishkek. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.

GMAT Test Centers in Kyrgyzstan

National IT Center
265a Chui Avenue
720071 Bishkek
Phone: +996312900153

Test Center Information

Our centre is located in downtown.
Crossroads: Chui prospekt and Umetalieva street, near to National Bank.
Go to the National Science Academy building, from main entrance. Then turn left, and you will see “National Information Technology Centre” label.

GMAT Exam Dates in Kyrgyzstan

Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Kyrgyzstan, 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 Kyrgyzstan, please visit test-maker website –

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The constitution, which was approved in a referendum on June 27, 2010 and entered into force on July 2, 2010, defines Kyrgyzstan as a parliamentary-presidential republic. The head of state and commander in chief of the armed forces is the directly elected president for a term of six years. The legislature lies with the unicameral parliament (Jogorku Kenesh) with 120 members (legislative period: 5 years). The exercise of executive power is the task of the government responsible to parliament, chaired by the prime minister. The main task of the Constitutional Court is the abstract and concrete control of norms. With the constitutional revision of 2016, the rights of the prime minister were strengthened.

National symbols

The national flag was introduced on March 23, 1992. In the center of the red cloth it shows a 40-rayed golden sun with a stylized Kyrgyz yurt in the middle. The red color of the flag goes back to the national hero Manas, the 40 rays of the sun symbolize the 40 Kyrgyz tribes that he united.

The coat of arms in the form of a blue disk dates from 1993. It shows in a silver circle in the upper part the rising sun over the mountains of the Tian Shan, its foothills and the Issykkul, in the lower part a silver falcon with outspread wings. The coat of arms is surrounded above and below by the official state name in Cyrillic letters, on the sides by the most important crops of the country: cotton and wheat.

The national holiday on August 31st commemorates the declaration of independence in 1991. Check petwithsupplies to see Kyrgyzstan Travel Guide.


The most important parties are the nationalist party Heimat (AS, “Ata Shurt”), the Social Democratic Party of Kyrgyzstan (SDPK), the socialist party Fatherland (AM, “Ata Meken”), the pro-Russian group Dignity (AN; “Ar Namys”) as well as the economically liberal party Republic (R, »Respublika«).


Around 19 individual trade unions work under the umbrella of the Kyrgyzstan Federation of Trade Unions (KFTU).


The conscription army (service period 18 months) has a total strength of around 11,000 men; paramilitary forces: 5,000 border guards. The army (8,500 soldiers) is essentially divided into a motorized rifle division and two independent mountain brigades; there are also some anti-aircraft units and three battalions of special forces. The air force has 2,500 men.


Kyrgyzstan is administratively divided into 7 regions and the capital Bishkek ; the areas (Oblastar, Singular Oblast) are subdivided into 39 administrative districts (Raioni, Singular Raion) and 429 municipalities.

Administrative division in Kyrgyzstan

Administrative division (2013)
area Area (in km 2) Population Residents (per km2) capital city
Batken 17 023 458 900 27 Batken
Jalal-Abad 33 648 1 076 700 32 Jalal-Abad
Issykkul 43 114 453 400 11 Karakol
Naryn 46 707 268,000 6th Naryn
Osh 29 165 1 433 600 49 Osh
Talas 11 446 239 500 21st Talas
Bye 18 684 838 400 45 Karabalta
Bishkek (city) 127 894 600 7 044


School attendance is compulsory from 7 to 16 years of age. A seven-year secondary level builds on the four-year primary level. The languages ​​of instruction in primary and secondary levels are Kyrgyz, Russian and Uzbek. The tertiary education usually lasts 5 years. Kyrgyzstan has a state university (founded in 1951) in Bishkek, several universities, and the Kyrgyz Academy of Sciences.


The state allows independent media, but controls the granting of licenses.

Press: The daily newspapers, the government-owned »Kyrgyz Tuusu« (founded in 1924, Kyrgyz) and the Russian-language newspapers »MSN« (founded in 2001), »Respublica« (founded in 1992) and »Wetscherni Bishkek« (founded in 1974) appear nationwide. “Agym” (founded in 2001, in Kyrgyzstan) and “Slowo Kyrgyzstana” (founded in 1925, in Russian) come out twice a week. The weekly newspaper with the highest circulation is the independent Russian »Delo No…. «(founded in 1991). The Bishkek-based »Times of Central Asia (founded in 1999, English) has been published exclusively on the Internet since 2013.

News agencies: Kabar “(KyrTAG, founded 1937, state-owned) as well as the independent” AKIpress “(founded 2000),” Kyrgyzinfo “(founded 2003) and” “(founded 2006).

Broadcasting: The state broadcasting company »KTRK« broadcasts five radio and two television programs nationwide. A parliamentary channel (»Kanal 5«), the BBC (Kyrgyz Service) and the Russian »NTV« (Gazprom Media) are also received.