The Graduate Management Admission Council’s registered trademark is the Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT). A computer adaptive exam (CAT) designed to measure specific analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English in preparation for admission to a graduate management school, such as an MBA.
The GMAT is divided into four parts: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal.
- Analytical Writing Assessment – Subject on argument analysis that must be completed in 30 minutes.
- Integrated Reasoning – In 30 minutes, complete 12 problems from multi-source reasoning, graphical interpretation, two-part analysis, and table analysis.
- Quantitative – 75 minutes to complete 37 questions on data sufficiency and problem solving.
- Verbal – In 75 minutes, answer 41 questions about reading comprehension, sentence correction, and critical reasoning.
The test lasts 3 hours 30 minutes in total, with optional pauses of 8 minutes between the third and fourth portions and some initial time for biometric credentials verification. As a result, the candidate should be prepared for a four-hour interview.
- Our professional trainers organise and provide students with a variety of study materials and tools, allowing them to tailor their preparation and practise.
- The emphasis is on conceptual learning and in-depth covering of all topics through the use of interactive learning methods.
- Intensive practise and comprehensive content to prepare students for all four sections: verbal, quantitative, logical reasoning, and analytical writing.
- A student-to-teacher ratio of 10:1 means that each pupil receives more personalised attention.
- In-depth understanding of the pattern and question types to boost scores across the board.
- Improve your language, vocabulary, critical thinking, logical, and analytical abilities for long-term success.
- A person who is above 18 years can apply for GMAT Exam.
- A candidate scoring above 720 will presumably be eligible for scholarship.
- The best time to appear for GMAT is a year before the targeted program starts.
- The exam is conducted in interval of every 16 days and a candidate can apply for maximum 5 times a year.
1. What is the fee of GMAT Exam and what is the validity of the exam?
- The fee for GMAT Exam is $250 (INR 18,366/-) and it is valid upto 5 years from the exam date.
2. What is decent GMAT Score?
- A “good” GMAT score is only relevant to the MBA or Masters programme to which you are applying! You should conduct some research on the institutions to which you need to send your results and make yourself realistic goals based on the average scores accepted by those programmes. Top-tier institutions will often look for a score in the 90th percentile or higher (e.g., Wharton has a normal GMAT score of 713; Harvard 708; INSEAD 702; and London Business School 680).
3. How does the GMAT scoring work? How the score is calculated?
- There is a various theory regarding how the exam is scored: some believe the first 15 questions are simple; others believe that difficult questions must be answered correctly to earn a respectable score; and yet another group believes that all questions must be explained to get a high grade.