GMAT

GMAT Exam

The GMAT exam is the most widely used exam for graduate business degree admissions and is used as an indicator of academic success in graduate business degree programs.

The GMAT exam is a globally recognized standardized test and allows you the opportunity to showcase your abilities and compete fairly against other candidates from varied professional and academic backgrounds.

 

When can I take the test

The GMAT exam can only be taken once every 31 days and 5 times per calendar year.

 

GMAT FORMAT

Understanding the Sections

  • Analytical Writing Assessment
  • Integrated Reasoning Section
  • Quantitative Section
  • Verbal Section

 

The GMAT exam is a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT), this means you will receive a slightly harder next question if you answered the previous one correctly & vice versa.

Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)

  • Single essay question that test-takers have 30 mins to complete

Integrated Reasoning Section

  • 12 questions
  • Multiple-source reasoning, graphics interpretation, two-part analysis, and table analysis

Quantitative Section

  • 75 minutes with 37 questions

Verbal Section

  • 75 minutes with 41 questions

 

There are three possibilities for the order of the exam sections:

First Possible Order:

– Analytical Writing Assessment

– Integrated Reasoning

– Quantitative

–  Verbal

 

Second Possible Order:

– Verbal

– Quantitative

– Integrated Reasoning

– Analytical Writing Assessment

 

Third Possible Order:

– Quantitative

– Verbal

– Integrated Reasoning

– Analytical Writing Assessment