(Graduate Management Admission Test)
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive test which evaluates your analytical, quantitative, spoken, written and reading skills. GMAT is conducted to get an admission to management program such as MBA. A candidate needs to attempt one question at a time and depending upon the accuracy of the previous answer; the difficulty level of the next question will be ascertained. An average score required for universities overseas varies from 600 to 710.
The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) recently introduced Executive Assessment (EA) exam or mini GMAT, designed specifically for Executive MBA Courses. The test evaluate analytical and logical thinking of the applicant as the candidates for executive MBA is more experienced than a regular MBA applicant. Top MBA schools across the world have started to accept Mini GMAT for admission purpose. Mini GMAT includes 40 questions divided into three sections—Mathematics, Integrated Reasoning, and Verbal. Duration of Mini GMAT exam is 90 minutes. A candidate allowed only twice attempting Mini GMAT in his/her lifetime.
GMAT Exam Pattern
The GMAT test consists of mainly four sections – Writing, Reasoning, and Verbal and Quantitative skills. The GMAT exam will be conducted in duration of 3 hours and 30 minutes. A candidate can choose any date for GMAT exam according to his convenience. In case he needs to retake the GMAT exam he can do so after 16 days. One can attempt GMAT five times in a year and get registered for exam at least 24 hours prior to exam date.
No. of questions
Analytical Writing Assessment