- The Graduate Management Admission Test is offered to graduate business school candidates in order to assess their math and English language skills.
- GMAT takes about four hours to finish and the highest score that can be reached is an 800.
- The Intergrated Reasoning section tests your ability to analyze and assess data presented in different scenarios. You are given 30 minutes to answer 12 questions.
- The Quantitative Section focuses it’s questions on problem solving and data sufficiency. The Problem-solving questions test the examinee’s arithmetic, basic algebra, and elementary geometry skills. Data sufficiency consists of the questions itself followed by two numbered statements. You are given 62 minutes to complete 31 questions. It should be noted that calculators are not permitted.
- The Verbal Reasoning tests one’s critical reasoning, comprehension of reading and sentence correction. The test taker answers questions regarding logical thinking, analytical skills, and understanding of the English language in 65 minutes.
- The Analytical Writing Assessment portion contains to essays to be analyzed and have a written response in 30 minutes.
We suggest to start preparing and studying three to six months in advance to your test date.