The GMAT exam measures the skills test-takers have and the skills schools need. The GMAT exam gives you information about your strengths and weaknesses. It identifies the skills you need to focus on to be successful in your graduate program. The GMAT takes 3.5 hours to complete.
The GMAT exam covers four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. The Analytical Writing Assessment covers one topic which requires the test-taker to analyze an argument. This section is timed for 30 minutes. The Integrated Reasoning section has 12 questions that are timed for 30 minutes. These questions cover multi-source reasoning, graphics interpretation, two-two part analysis and table analysis. The Quantitative section has 37 questions that cover data sufficiency and problem-solving. This section is timed for 75 minutes. The Verbal section is also timed for 75 minutes but includes 41 questions. This section covers reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction.
Who Accepts the GMAT?
The GMAT is accepted by more than 6,000 business and management programs worldwide.
How Much Does the GMAT Cost?
Test-takers wishing to complete the GMAT exam for business or management programs are required to pay $250 to register for the exam. Test-takers should consult with their school to learn more about the school/program’s score that is required for entrance. Official site: (link)