GMAT – GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer based test set to evaluate written, quantitative, verbal, analytical and reading aptitude in English for use in admission to a graduate administration program, for example, an MBA.
GMAT Exam Format
Analytical Writing Assessment: (30 Minutes)
This test presents an argument task in which the candidate is expected to analyze and assess the rationality of a given positionand make suggestions as regards any faults or improvements which could be made on the position.
Integrated Reasoning (30 Minutes)
This section requires that the candidate interprets Multi-Source Graphic Information. This part of the exam contains 12 questions and features an on-screen calculator.
Quantitative (75 minutes)
The Quantitative section measures your data analysis capabilities and Problem-solving abilities using 37 questions. GMAT exam is no greater than what is generally you learned in secondary school classes. This part requires high level of reasoning. Calculators are also highly prohibited.
Verbal (75 minutes)
The exam includes question types in reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction using multiple choice questions. It measures the candidate’s ability to evaluate arguments and rewrite sentences to standard written English.