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Graduate management admission test

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer-adaptive standardized test designed to measure academic potential in graduate business studies.

The GMAT is regularly used as one of many selection criteria for MBA students applying to business schools. For leading business schools worldwide, the GMAT has been recognized as the most effective test for matching student competencies with program demands. The GMAT assesses education and work-related verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing abilities.

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About GMAT Exam

The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is a standardized test taken to begin the graduate business program application process. The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based and computer-adaptive exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) worldwide.

Business schools use the GMAT as a common measure of applicants’ readiness for graduate academic work. Your GMAT score is evaluated along with your work experience, academic record, and recommendations.

Structure of the GMAT Test

GMAT Test is divided into four sections:
– The Analytical Writing Assessment focuses on thinking critically and assessing your ideas
– Integrated reasoning focuses on analyzing and evaluating information.
– Analyze and draw conclusions from the data provided.
– Verbal Reasoning – read, understand, and evaluate arguments.

Score Pattern

When you complete the GMAT exam, you’ll see four of your five scores: Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning and Total (the score based both on Quantitative and Verbal sections). In 2 minutes, you’ll have to report what scores you want. GMAC’s 200 to 800 score algorithm needs to be understood, and there are many myths surrounding “cracking” it. Being prepared is the only way to do well. However, with the adaptive nature of the test, it is not possible to “skip” questions.

The Analytical Writing Assessment scores your essay based on a comprehensive six-point scale including a human reader and a computer. The Integrated Reasoning section is not adaptive, but as with the Quantitative and Verbal sections, you cannot leave questions unanswered. A scale ranging from 1 to 8 is used to score the IR section

Registration process for GMAT exam

– First, Sign Up with MBA.Com
– Find GMAT dates and a test center near you with
– MBA.Com.
– Fill out the online application form.
– Pay registration fees
– Submit the online GMAT application.

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