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The Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive standardized test, conducted to measure one's verbal, quantitative & analytical skills. It is conducted throughout the year, to be taken by the students who want to pursue their Master in Management or Business oriented studies, and it can be given at various locations around the world.

This test is being used by many universities as one of the criteria for admission into their MBA program; now this test is a decisive part for admissions in more than 4000 graduate programs in 1800 schools around the world

GMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT). The Computer Adaptive Test as the name suggests picks the questions based on the test taker's response to the given question.

When is the Test Conducted :    Throughout the year

Test Repetition:        

Once in a calendar month



Registration Method :

Online / Telephonic / Fax / Post

Method of Payment: 

Credit card / Bank Draft

Type of test

Computer Based Test

Maximum score

800 (Q + V). AWA (0-6) scale.

Good Score : 

Above 650

Averages Score :      

500 - 600

Validity of Test Scores

5 Years

Test Pattern :

AWA, Quantitative & Verbal


3 hours 45 minutes (approx)

Declaration of Result:

Mailed after 3-4 Weeks of taking the test.

Official Website:


The US Universities require 16years education for admission to graduate studies. However if you have more than 3 years of work experience some universities may waive the 16th year requirement. Eligibility mostly depends on the eligibility of the universities which you wish to apply.

Test Format

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) examination consists of three main parts; they are the Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative section, and Verbal

I. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)


Consists of two 30-minute essays


60 minutes

Topics Tested:

1. Analysis of an Argument      
2. Analysis of an Issue

The range of test score in AWA range from 0-60 points, representing the average ratings of two essays. In this module test taker has to prevail two writing tasks, Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument. The maximum time limit will be 30 minutes for writing each essay.

The AWA is designed as a direct measure of your ability to think critically and to communicate your ideas. More specifically, the Analysis of an Issue task tests your ability to explore the complexities of an issue or opinion. The Analysis of an Argument task tests your ability to formulate an appropriate and constructive critique of a specific conclusion based upon a specific line of thinking.

The graduate schools can on the basis of the Analytical Writing Essays differentiate among candidates who present otherwise similar credentials.

II. Quantitative Section  


Maximum of 37 multiple choice questions


75 minutes

Topics Tested:

1. Algebra       
2. Arithmetic
3. Geometry

Question Types:

1. Problem Solving
2. Data Sufficiency

The range of test score in Quantitative section range from 0-60 points, the test evaluates the competence of arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry which are categorized into two types of tasks: Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving.

It is designed as a direct measure to Test Basic math skills, understanding Math concepts and reasoning skills

III. Verbal Section    


Maximum of 41 questions


75 minutes

Topics Tested:

1. Reading
2. Grammar
3. Analytical
4. Reasoning

Question Types:

1. Reading Comprehension
2. Sentence Correction
3. Critical Reasoning

Verbal Skills are fundamental building blocks of an academic success, verbal questions are designed to fast how well you understand the written word. Your ability to read carefully and to think about what you read is crucial to your success in college.

The range of test score in verbal section range from 0-60 points. This module consists of 41 multiple choice questions, which are categorized into three tasks - reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. Moreover, there will be few pretest questions (they are not scored) assorted in verbal and quantitative sections, which cannot be identified. Therefore you have to answer all the questions in the test.

If you answer incorrectly:

If you answer a question incorrectly by mistake or correctly by randomly guessing, your answers to subsequent questions will lead you back to questions that are at the appropriate level of difficulty for you.
Random guessing can significantly lower your scores. So, if you do not know the answer to a question, you should try to eliminate as many answer choices as possible and then select the answer you think is best.

Questions left blank (that is, those not reached) hurt the examinee more than questions answered incorrectly. This is a major contrast to the SAT, which has a wrong-answer penalty.

How the score is determined

Your score is determined by the number of questions you answered, whether you answer the questions correctly or incorrectly, and the level of difficulty and other statistical characteristics of each question.
The questions in an adaptive test are weighted according to their difficulty and other statistical properties, not according to their position in the test.
Your GMAT score is valid for five years, however most of the universities insist on a GMAT score not more than 2-3 years old.

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