The GMAT exam is a computer-adaptive test that measures the candidates’ analytical writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills. The test is an admission test for graduate management programs, such as MBA and Masters in Finance-related courses in top business schools across the world. The exam during is tupically 3 hours and 30 minutes with a maximum score of 800 points.
The GMAT test has Four Sections:
• Analytical Writing Assessment: It measures the ability to think critically and to communicate your ideas
• Integrated Reasoning: It assesses your ability to analyze data and evaluate information presented in multiple formats
• Quantitative Reasoning: it measures your ability to analyze data and draw conclusions using reasoning skills
• Verbal Reasoning: It tests your ability to read and understand written material, to evaluate arguments and to correct written material to conform to standard written English
The GMAT test provides the candidates with the flexibility to customize their experience by choosing the section order in which they feel most comfortable taking the exam.
|Time / Score
|Analysis of argument (Easy)
|30 minutes (1 topic) / 0-6
Two part analysis
Multi source reasoning
|30minutes(12 Questions) / 1-8
|62 minutes(31 questions) / 0-60
|Reading Unseen passages
|65 minutes(36 questions) / 0-60