GMAT Testing Location
We have found 1 GMAT test centre in Sri Lanka, located in Colombo. For specific test dates of 2019, please refer to the end of this page.
Knowledge Merchandising (PVT) (LTD)
28 Galle Road , Mount Lavinia
Western Province, Colombo
Phone: +94 115243788
Test Center Information
We are located opposite Wills Design Studio on the sea side of the Galle road in Mount Lavinia. Closest bus stop
coming from the direction of Colombo is the Mount Lavinia junction bus stop & closest bus stop coming from the
direction of Galle is the Temple road bus stop.
Coming from the direction of Colombo, you need to walk back towards Mount Lavinia junction from the bust stop and
cross the road to the sea side of the Galle road at the traffic lights & proceed to walk towards Mount Lavinia Junction
for another 50M.Coming from the direction of Galle, you need to walk forward about 100M from the bust stop towards Mount Lavinia
junction on the same side as the bust stop.
Our office is located at the top of Samudrasanna road in a single story building painted bright orange on the outside.
You can access the entrance from Samudrasanna road.Parking is available on Samudrasanna road.
28, Galle Road,Mount Lavinia.
Tel: +94 112 738195 , +94 115 243788
GMAT Exam Dates in Sri Lanka
Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Sri Lanka, 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 Sri Lanka, please visit test-maker website – https://www.mba.com/.
More about Sri Lanka
The island of Ceylon is separated from the Indian mainland by the shallow Palk Strait and the Gulf of Mannar. In between, a chain of islands (Adam’s Bridge) is placed on the flat shelf base. Most of the island, except for the southwest, is bordered by lagoons. Wide-ranging lowlands and coastal plains predominate. In the southern part of the interior rises a mountain range, which in Pidurutalagala reaches 2,524 m above sea level, in Adam’s Peak 2 243 m above sea level. The mountain range, which was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2010, has several island mountains on the edgesupstream (including Sigiriya). The lowlands are extensive in the north, north-east and north-west, in the south-east and east, and especially in the west and south, to a narrow strip. Almost the entire island is made up of Precambrian rocks from the basement. Only the extreme northwest, including the Jaffna peninsula, consists predominantly of tertiary limestone and is partially karstified. The longest river is the Mahaweli. In the southeast, the Gal Oya is of particular economic importance.
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Its location in the tropical zone and the influence of the Southeast Asian monsoons shape the island’s climate. The mountains are important for the differentiation of the climate, among other things. as a barrier to the air masses of the monsoons. Sri Lanka can be divided into a smaller wetland and a more extensive dry zone. Most of the precipitation in the south-west comes from the humid south-west monsoon, which blows from May to September (maximum precipitation in May, a second maximum in October; annual average precipitation in coastal towns is 2,300 to 2,500 mm, in the mountains up to over 5,000 mm). The northeast, located in the rain shadow of the mountains, receives most of the precipitation from the less pronounced, drier northeast monsoon, especially in the winter months (Jaffna 1,300 mm, Trincomalee 1,600 mm). The annual mean temperatures in Colombo 26.9 ° C, Trincomalee 28 ° C, Puttalam 27.2 ° C, decrease with increasing altitude: Kandy(477 m above sea level) 24.4 ° C, Nuwara Eliya (1,882 m above sea level) 15.4 ° C. The annual and daily fluctuations in temperatures are small, they are higher in the dry northeast than in the humid southwest. Check campingship to see National Parks of Sri Lanka.
From the natural vegetation of the wet zone, the tropical rainforest, mountain and cloud forest, only remnants are preserved in the stage of tea cultivation (1,000–2,300 m above sea level) as in the rural area below. In the south-west of the island in the mountains of Sabaragamuwa, the Sinharaja forest reserve (UNESCO World Heritage Site) is preserved as the last original rainforest (endemic tree species) of Sri Lanka. In the north and east, savannahs and dry forests predominate as secondary vegetation.
Despite the tense domestic situation, Sri Lanka is one of the most important tourist centers in Asia with the historical sites of Anuradhapura, Mihintale, Polonnaruwa and Kandy, various national parks and bird reserves as well as extensive sandy beaches. The foreign visitors (2015: 1.8 million) come mainly from India, China and Germany.