GMAT Test Centers in Zambia

By | March 11, 2019

GMAT Testing Location

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

GMAT Test Centers in Zambia

ICT Resource Foundation

Plot 9169 Nanshila Road
Kalundu
P.O BOX 39058
10101 Lusaka
Zambia
Phone: +260 955 428428

Test Center Information

ON GREAT EAST ROAD FROM TOWN HEADING AIRPORT.
1. FROM MANDAHILL SHOPPING MALL COME STRAIGHT TILL YOU GET TO UNZA FOOTBRIDGE
2.FIROM UNZA FOOT BRIDGE TURN LEFT OFF GREAT EAST ROAD INTO THE FILTER LANE AND COME STRAIGHT UP TILL YOU GET TO UNZA MAIN ENTRANCE.
3. MAKE A LEFT TURN INTO NANASHILA ROAD WHICH IS DIRECTLY OPPOSITE UNZA MAIN ENTRANCE.
4. THE OFFICES ARE THE FIRST BLACK GATE TO YOUR RIGHT.
( PINK-PEACH WALL FENCED BUILDING WITH RED TOP ALONG NANSHILA ROAD)

GMAT Exam Dates in Zambia

Unlike some paper based exams, the GMAT is computer based. Therefore, there are no fixed test dates for GMAT. Wherever you are in Zambia, 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 Zambia, please visit test-maker website – https://www.mba.com/.

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TERRITORY: MORPHOLOGY

Morphologically, the territory, comparable to a large sloping semi-dome all around, except to the E and S where it is interrupted respectively by the Rift Valley and the deep Zambezi furrow, appears as a rather uniform succession of high plateaus on average between 1000 and 1300 m whose surface, long peneplaned from erosion, it is broken here and there by the remains of ancient rock formations now partially dismantled that do not exceed 2000 m. Only on the eastern side does the Muchinga mountain range, a fundamental watershed between the Congo and Zambezi basins, reach higher altitudes (2300 m), however, yielding in the northern extremity to a vast and swampy low-lying area partly occupied by lakes Bangweulu and Mweru, while in the SW of the country the plateaus slope down towards the Zambezi basin, constituting a vast depression directly connected with that of the Kalahari. Check baglib to see Travel Destinations in Zambia.

TERRITORY: HYDROGRAPHY

At Zambezi it headed almost the entire drainage system of the country. The great river, the largest in southern Africa, originates not far from the north-western border of the country, near the watershed of the Congolese basin and after a distance of 2660 km it flows into Mozambican territory in the Indian Ocean. In the first part of its course it remains in a shallow riverbed, so much so that it periodically floods the surrounding plains, fertilizing them with its silt; its middle course, on the other hand, is frequently encased and interrupted by waterfalls and rapids, including the grandiose and famous ones (their jump is about 1700 m wide) that D. Livingstone discovered in 1885 and named after Queen Victoria. A little further downstream of these the river enters the Kariba gorgein correspondence of which a dam was built which gave rise to one of the largest (5300 km²) artificial basins in the world. In its long journey the Zambezi receives numerous tributaries (Kabompo, Kafue, the largest watercourse entirely included in Zambia, Luangwa etc.); by basin (1,330,000 km²) and flow (on average 10,000-20,000 m 3 / s) it is the third largest river on the continent. Zambia also includes the southern end of Lake Tanganyika, the eastern shore of Lake Mweru and entirely Lake Bangweulu (approx. 10,000 km²), which, however, belong to the Congolese basin.