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GMAT is commonly known as Graduation Management Admission Test. This admission test is used for Post Graduation Management Program to take admission in MBA Colleges. It is a Computer Adaptive Test under the subjects of Quantitative, Verbal, written and reading skills. GMAT has long three and half hour computer-adaptive exams. It spread across 120 Countries Worldwide. This is a well-known postgraduate exam for MBA. Every Year over 200,000 candidates apply for GMAT exam WorldWide.
It is a Computer Adaptive Test.
It has Common topics come under Verbal, Writing, Quantitative, Reasoning etc.
GMAT registration comes once in a Year.
The duration of examination is Three and Half Hour.
It has over 600+ test centers across 120 countries.
The GMAT score is valid for 5 Years.
200,000 Candidates take the GMAT exam worldwide.
Everyone taking the GMAT will have to pay $250 USD, or roughly ₹17,000, to reserve a seat at a testing center. Test centers are available in 26 cities in India. If you would like to reschedule your exam before 7 days of your exam date then you will be charged a fee of $50. On the other hand if you reschedule the exam within 7 days of the exam date then you will have to make the full payment of US $250. Similarly if you wish to cancel the exam more than 7 days before your exam date then you will receive a refund on US $80 and there is no refund if you cancel the exam within 7 days of your exam date. In the event you had initially accepted your score after the exam but you are not satisfied with your GMAT score then you can still opt to cancel the score even after leaving the center for a fee of US $25.
The GMAT exam is held throughout the year and therefore you can select the dates which are most appropriate at your convenience. If you would like to retake your GMAT exam to improve your GMAT Score then you will be able to do so only after 16 days. You will be able to attempt the exam only 5 times in a calendar year and eight times overall. It is recommended that you complete your registration at the earliest so that you are able to choose the dates which are most suitable for you.
The exam pattern of GMAT consist of 4 main Sections: Quantitative Aptitude, Verbal Reasoning, Analytical Writing and Integrated Reasoning. The Duration of the exam consist of 3.5 Hours.
However, there are certain changes implemented in the Number of Questions.
Verbal sections reduced from 41 to 36.
Quants sections reduced from 37 to 31.
The other sections: Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning remain unchanged.
There’s no particular GMAT Eligibility Criteria or guidelines provided by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) for the GMAT exam. This makes it one of the popular exams among individual. The basic rules of GMAT before appearing for the exams.
The Candidates must be Graduate passed from any recognized Institutions or University.
The candidates must be at the age of 18. In case of minor, A written permission is required from Parents or Legal guardian.
The Candidate must be able to Read and Write in English.
These are the general guidelines from GMAT who appears for the exam. Apart from that GMAT admission process is different and criteria is based on different universities.
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). It is a computer adaptive test which critically evaluates the analytical writing, logical reasoning, quantitative, verbal and reading skills in the English language. The duration of the exam is about three hours and 30 minutes with a maximum score of 800 points. The GMAT syllabus is divided into four different sections:
Analytical Writing Assessment
GMAT examinees can choose the order in which they want to take the exam. The range of the GMAT score is between 200-800. Out of 800, the total GMAT score is only for the quantitative and verbal sections. The other two sections receive their independent scores.
Integrated Reasoning (IR):
Table Analysis: Under this type of question, the data are given in a tabular format and GMAT examinees are given to choose their answer from multiple statements in the form of true or false.
Two-Part Analysis: In this type of question, examinees usually have to pick their answers from multiple choices. As the data are presented in a table format with the components in the first and the second columns and the answer options in the third column. It is upon the judgment of the candidate to select one single option under each component to complete the answer.
Multi-Source Reasoning: Here, the examinees are asked to gather information from different tabs which may be presented either in tables, charts etc. Candidates have to choose the answer to a respective question from multiple choice options.
Graphics Interpretation: In this type of question, candidates are given a graph or graphical image and are asked to interpret it and answer the questions with statements given in a drop-down format.
Quantitative Aptitude (QA):
Arithmetic: Real numbers, decimals, fractions, square root, percentages, discrete probability etc.
Elementary Algebra: Linear equations, absolute value, exponents and functions, etc.
Geometry Concepts: Coordinate geometry, angles, circles, polygons etc.
Word problems: Simple and compound interest, data interpretation and measurement problems, profit and loss, discounts etc.
Verbal Ability (VA):
Critical Reasoning:In this type of question, the candidates need to answer some critical reasoning questions which are given in the form of an argument with multiple choices. As a GMAT examinee, you would need to analyse the available information and identify the important points which strengthen or weaken the given argument and pick the most appropriate answer to the question.
Reading Comprehension:In this section, GMAT candidates are given a passage of around 300-350 words (approx.) on any particular topic. They need to read it thoroughly and answer multiple choice questions given under it based on their understanding.
Sentence Correction:In this question type, candidates are given a sentence with an underlined portion with multiple choices answers to choose from. An examinee should have attention to detail and be familiar with English grammar and choose the best possible answer to a question as per standard written English language.