What is the GMAT? 

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized multiple choice exam designed to be selection criteria for admission officers in MBA (Masters in Business Administration) and other business related masters programs. It is designed to provide a score, which will allow colleges to compare applicants with different educational backgrounds.

What does the GMAT look like? 

The GMAT  consists of four sections.  Here is the overall structure:

I. Analytical Writing Assessment  (30 minutes, 1 essay topic)

Analysis of an Argument

II. Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes, 12 questions)

a. Multi-Source Reasoning

b. Table Analysis

c.  Graphics Interpretation

d.  Two-Part Analysis 

8-minute break (optional)

III. Quantitative Section (62 minutes, 31 questions) **

a. Problem Solving 

b. Data Sufficiency 

8-minute break (optional)

IV. Verbal Section (65 minutes, 36 questions) 

a. Critical Reasoning 

b. Sentence Correction 

c. Reading Comprehension 

Note: Scratch paper and pencils are provided for all sections

How Does CAT work? 

During each of the two multiple-choice sections (Quantitative and Verbal) of the GMAT, the computerized testing system will select your questions from a large pool based on your responses to earlier questions of the same type. For each question type, the first question posed will be average in difficulty level. If you respond correctly to a question, the next question of that type will be more difficult; conversely, if you respond incorrectly, the next question of that type will be easier.

The earlier questions of a GMAT CAT section are crucial in determining your baseline score, so invest the necessary time to try and answer these questions correctly.

Do I need to take the GMAT for admission to an MBA program? 

To gain admission to an MBA program, chances are you will need to take the GMAT. About two-thirds of the 1,300+ graduate business schools around the world require GMAT scores for admission. However in the case of Eastern Europe, you should check the admission requirements of the program you are shooting for. 

Where can I take a GMAT test? 

Where can I take a GMAT test?

The GMAT is offered, by appointment, many times each month at hundreds of locations worldwide. Check our GMAT test registration page for more information. 

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