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GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test)

The GMAT(Graduate Management Admissions Test) is a computer adaptive test that is part of the selection criteria for most graduate programs in business and management. The GMAT is designed to assess verbal, mathematical, integrated reasoning and analytical writing skills of a candidate. It is important to recognize that the GMAT evaluates skills and abilities that develop over relatively long periods of time, not specific knowledge obtained in college course work.

General Overview: The GMAT test is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes long and has a maximum score of 800 points. The scores are valid for 5 years. Different schools have different GMATscore requirements and good scores significantly improve your admissions prospects at a school.

The GMAT can be attempted once every thirty days and only upto five times in one calendar year. Registration for the GMAT must be completed at least a month in advance and requires a valid passport and payment of an exam fee.

The Content:

Analytical Writing :
The AWA consists of one 30-minute essay: Analysis of an Argument.
This section requires test takers to critique an argument based on its reasoning.
Integrated Reasoning Section:
The integrated reasoning section tests students' ability to analyze and synthesize a compilation of data, presented in different forms such as words, charts, and tables.
There are 12 questions in the integrated reasoning section of the exam and duration is of 30 minutes.
Quantitative:
There are 37 questions in the quantitative section of the exam.
It consists of two types of question: data sufficiency and problem solving, both of which test application of various basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra, geometry.
Verbal:
There are 41 questions in the verbal section of the exam.
It consists of questions of three types: reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction. The sections measure the test taker's ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material to conform to standard written English.