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The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is an imperative hero of the business school application process. The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based, and computer-adaptive regulated exam that is required for admittance to graduate business programmes, globally.
The GMAT is an advanced and directed by test maker, GMAC, to give business schools basic measures of applicants’ preparation for graduate-level scholastic work. The worldwide business school admission representatives look at your GMAT score, along with business experience, academic history, and supporting corporeality for induction into the administration projects, for example, MBA, official MBA, MS in Management, MiM (Masters in Management), MFin (Masters in Finance), PhD/DBA and related projects. At present more than 5400 projects at colleges and business colleges spread crosswise over 83 nations consider GMAT Training as a choice criteria for induction into their projects.
There are certain eligibility criteria that need to be completed while applying for GMAT
- There is no restriction regarding the nationality of the applicant.
- The candidates should have a bachelor degree from a recognized institute.
- The students applying for the GMAT Exam should be at least 18 years old. In case, he/she is between 13-17 years, then a written proof of guardian’s consent is required to appear for the GMAT exam.
- The candidates can give GMAT Exam for a maximum of 5 times in a year.
The GMAT exam consists of four sections: An analytical writing assessment, integrated reasoning, the quantitative section, and the verbal section. Total testing time is three and a half hours, but test takers should plan for a total time of approximately four hours, with breaks. Test takers have 30 minutes for the analytical writing assessment and another 30 minutes to work through 12 questions, which often have multiple parts, on the integrated reasoning section and are given 75 minutes to work through 37 questions in the quantitative section and another 75 minutes to get through 41 questions in the verbal section.
The quantitative and verbal sections of the GMAT exam are both multiple-choice and are administered in the computer-adaptive format, adjusting to a test taker’s level of ability. At the start of the quantitative and verbal sections, test takers are presented with a question of average difficulty. As questions are answered correctly, the computer presents the test taker with increasingly difficult questions and as questions are answered incorrectly the computer presents the test taker with questions of decreasing difficulty. This process continues until test takers complete each section, at which point the computer will have an accurate assessment of their ability level in that subject area and come up with a raw score for each section.
When considering your GMAT score goal, it’s always a good idea to look at the mean or average GMAT score of admitted applicants to the MBA programs you’re considering applying to. This will give you a good baseline
The Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GMAT are each scored from 0 to 60, with the mean score for Quantitative at 39 and the mean score for Verbal at 27. The score business schools and MBA programs pay the most attention to is the combined 200–800 score scale, where the mean score is 552.
The cost to take the GMAT is $250 and includes sending score reports to up to five programs of your choice. It’s important that you choose the right time to take the GMAT—and the right test prep—for you, so you don’t have to pay the fee more than once.
Candidates have to create an account on GMAC, the official web portal for GMAT exam.
Candidates can fill up a form, pay the fees and get an acknowledgment of their registration online.
Candidates can also apply for the exam offline, by placing a call to the GMAT customer service or through postal mail.
Although this is not the best way to register for the GMAT exam since the fees have to be paid via cheque or money order. An additional processing fee of USD 10 has to be paid for the same.
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