GMAT


GMAT

GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Test is a standardized aptitude test for students pursuing admission to the world's leading Business Schools. Top B-Schools accept GMAT score as one of the most reliable measure of applicant’s skills and knowledge. Unlike any other test, GMAT is designed to measure the ability of student to be successful in challenging Business School curriculum. GMAT is a computer adaptive exam which adapts to skills of the student during the test and progressively measures the depth of student’s skills by changing difficulties on the questions based on performance.


When it comes to business programs, most top schools worldwide rely on the GMAT to make admissions decisions. GMAT is the best tool to showcase your skills and positions yourself for success in your career. GMAT is accepted by more than 6,000 business and management programs worldwide.

The GMAT consists of four sections to test the skills relevant to your success in business and management - Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning. Each of these sections are scored separately to reflect your skills in respective areas. The overall score for GMAT is scored out of 800. If a student is fortunate enough to score a perfect 800 in the GMAT he/she cannot take the GMAT again for five years (until after their score expires).

To find more information on GMAT, visit the official website: www.mba.com

Test SectionNumber of QuestionsTypes of QuestionsTimeScore Range
Analytical Writing Assessment1Analysis of an Argument30 mins0-6
Integrated Reasoning12Table Analysis, Graphic Interpretation, Multi-source reasoning, Two-part Analysis30 mins01-Aug
Quantitative37Problem Solving Data Sufficiency75 mins0-51
Verbal41Critical Reasoning Reading Comprehension Sentence Correction75 mins0-51

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