What is GMAT?
The GMAT exam is the best way to get the world’s top graduate management business programs to notice you. The exam measures your verbal, quantitative, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing skills.
The GMAT is a three-and-a-half-hour long exam, broken into four different sections which measures higher-order reasoning rather than facts or subject areas. While you will use skills you learned in geometry, algebra and English classes to answer the test questions, the exam is not a test of these skills. It is designed to assess your ability to analyze data and use reasoning to solve problems.
Sections of GMAT
Analytical Writing Assessment
Evaluate the reasoning behind and write a critique of an argument considering various perspectives and using relevant reasons or examples drawn from your experience, observations, or reading to develop a position on the issue.
30 Minutes | 1 Question | Score: 0 – 6
• Analysis of an Argument
Showcase your highly valued integrated reasoning skills which are keys for success in the classroom and workplace by reviewing a set of data, answer questions, develop strategies and make decisions based on that information.
30 Minutes | 12 Questions | Score: 1 – 8
• Graphics interpretation | • Table analysis | • Multi-source reasoning | • Two-part analysis
The Quantitative section of the GMAT measures your ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data.
62 Mins | 31 Questions | Score: 6 – 51
• Data Sufficiency | • Problem Solving
The Verbal section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material using standard written English.
65 Mins | 36 Questions | Score: 6 – 51
• Reading Comprehension | • Critical Reasoning | • Sentence Correction
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