The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a 3½-hour (4 hours with breaks) standardized test designed to measure an aspirants’ aptitude for business studies at graduate school. The GMAT exam has four sections– Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal which evaluate students’ basic knowledge that they have developed during their academic career. The maximum scaled score for the test is 800: verbal and quantitative sections are each worth 800 points. The final score is an average of these two scores. A score of about 700/800 is required to get into the topmost universities across the world.
Students should have a valid passport at the time of applying for the exam.
Structure of the GMAT exam:
|Section||No. of Questions/ Time limit||Question Type||Score Range|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 Topic (30 minutes)||Analysis of an Argument||0-6 (0.5-point increments)|
|Integrated Reasoning||12 questions (30 minutes)||Multi-Source Reasoning, Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, Table Analysis||1-8 (1-point increments)|
|Quantitative||31 questions (62 minutes)||Data Sufficiency, Problem Solving||6-51 (1-point increments)|
|Verbal||36 questions (65 minutes)||Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction||6-51 (1-point increments)|
|Total Exam Duration||3 hours 7 minutes|
If the student is dissatisfied about his/her performance and wishes to cancel their attempt, this can be done within 72 hours of the exam.
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