The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT®) is a computer adaptive test designed to measure the candidate’s analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal reasoning and reasoning skills. It is used by many universities and business schools as a criterion for admission into MBA, Master of Accountancy, Master of Finance and other graduate programs.
The GMAT® exam is divided into the following sections:
- The Analytical Writing Assessment Section: The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Section assesses the test-taker’s ability to think critically and to communicate ideas in written English.
- The Integrated Reasoning Section: The Integrated Reasoning Section measures the test-taker’s ability to understand and evaluate information from multiple sources presented in different formats.
- The Quantitative Section: The Quantitative Section measures the test-taker’s ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data.
- The Verbal Section: The Verbal Section measures the test-taker’s ability to read and comprehend written material and to reason and evaluate arguments.
It is recommended to register for GMAT® Exam at least 25 days before the desired date to the date of your choice. A candidate can select 4 universities prior to taking the exam to send GMAT® scores to, free of cost. GMAT® score is valid for 5 years.