GMAT

    Graduate Management Admission Test

  • GMAT
  • (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer based standardized test that assesses the aptitude abilities in a person for accomplishing the academic of business curriculum. Students from different backgrounds belonging to different countries in the world can take the GMAT test. This test is a decisive part for admissions in more than 4000 graduate programs in 1800 schools around the world. Presently, several leading Business Schools in India also require GMAT scores for admission. Students who want to pursue PG Degree/ Masters in Business Administration Entrance exam in USA primarily. However there are some Premier Ivy League universities in UK that may also require GMAT to be taken as a qualifying exam. GMAT is also accepted by IIMs, ISB and Some other colleges for their executive MBA programs.
  • DET is offered to candidates around the globe and can be conveniently taken from home. Test slots are available as early as 24-48 hours prior, depending on availability
  • Website https://www.gmac.com/service/gmac-login
    Mode of Registration Online
    Mode of Exam Computer Based Test Edition (Online in a Test Centre)
    Frequency of Tests Throughout the year allows unlimited attempts
    Score Validity 5 Years
    Total Scores Total score is out of 800 points
    Total Time The test is for 3 hours

    EXAM PATTERN:

  • The GMAT test consists of following three modules that determines fundamental verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills in the test taker
  • ⦁ Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).
    Time Limit 30 minutes | 1 question | Analysis of an Argument | Score Range 0-6 (in 0.5-point increments)
  • ⦁ Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes)
    Integrated Reasoning | Time Limit 30 minutes | 12 questions | Graphics Interpretation, Table Analysis, Multi-source Reasoning, Two-part Analysis | Score Range 1-8 (in 1-point increments)
  • ⦁ Quantitative Section (62 mins)
    Quantitative Reasoning | Time Limit 62 minutes | 31 questions | Data Sufficiency Problem Solving | Score Range 6-51 (in 1-point increments).
  • ⦁ Verbal Section (65 mins)
    Time Limit 65 minutes | 36 questions | Reading Comprehension Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction | Score Range 6-51 (in 1-point increments)
  • FREE SCORE REPORTING @ EXAM TIME

  • The score is sent to 5 universities by GMAC free of cost at the time of exam. GMAC charges additionally for scores sent to universities later.