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All About GMAT
The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a standardized test that most business school applicants need to take in order to join credited MBA and a few other courses. While the admission committees do consider many other factors (including your college grades, transcripts, essays, resume, work experience, and interview), it is important to do well on the GMAT exam if you aspire to get into a competitive business school. Taking the GMAT exam opens your gateway to various top-notch B-schools in the USA, Canada, Singapore, and many other countries including India.
The GMAC is the owner and administrator of the GMAT® exam, the first and only standardized test specifically designed for graduate business and management programs. It oversees the GMAT exam and administers it around the world. B-schools use your scores to compare you with other applicants. High GMAT scores can truly help you stand out in the application process.
The GMAT exam is a computer adaptive test. It has 4 sections – Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Analysis (AWA). You may use the Select Section Order facility to choose from any of the following three section orders:
|Order #1||Order #2||Order #3|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||Verbal Reasoning||Quantitative Reasoning|
|Optional 8-minute Break|
|Quantitative Reasoning||Quantitative Reasoning||Verbal Reasoning|
|Optional 8-minute Break|
|Verbal Reasoning||Integrated Reasoning||Integrated Reasoning|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||Analytical Writing Assessment|
The GMAT exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes long excluding the breaks and tutorials. See the table below for exam format and duration.
|Section||Number of Questions||Duration||Question Types||Score Range|
|Quantitative Reasoning||31 questions||62 minutes||Data Sufficiency
(on a scale of
0 – 60)
|Verbal Reasoning||36 questions||65 minutes||Reading Comprehension
(in 1-point increments)
|Integrated Reasoning||12 items||30 minutes||Multi-Source Reasoning
|1 – 8
(in 1-point increments)
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 topic||30 minutes||Analysis of Argument||0 – 6
(in 0.5-point increments)
GMAT preparation helps candidates to gain a thorough understanding of the GMAT exam syllabus. GMAT preparation requires at least two months and up to six months to finish the entire GMAT course. Diagnostic tests are essential for GMAT preparation. Candidates identify their strengths and weaknesses based on their GMAT scores. GMAT preparation tips assist aspirants in understanding the GMAT quantitative and GMAT verbal concepts prior to the exam.
Preparing for the GMAT is not as difficult as it is made up to be. All you need is concentration and clarity of action. You have the option of studying on your own or joining a GMAT coaching. Both ways are completely adequate; it all depends on your priorities.
To find the best method for preparing for the GMAT exam, you must first consider your criteria and make decision based on them. To study well on your own, you need the best GMAT books and resources, as well as study material, motivation, and self-discipline. If time is of the essence and professional advice is required to gain a competitive edge in GMAT preparation, then enrolling in a GMAT coaching programme is the preferable option.
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How Manya – The Princeton Review can Help You Ace GMAT Exam
Manya – The Princeton Review’s GMAT coaching is preferred by thousands of students in India and other countries owing to its highly acknowledged preparation material, well organized courses, and highly qualified and certified GMAT instructors.
Our course material is the outcome of the rigorous research by our R&D team based in the United States. With the standardized material, a plethora of practice questions on the student portal, adaptive drills, DrillBuilder, full-length practice tests, customized study plan, and booster sessions you can be rest assured that you are at the right place with the right people to guide you. We’re committed to provide 100% satisfaction and help you achieve your target scores.
The students can get to practice with 3500+ practice questions, 470+ online drills, 10 adaptive tests, and video based lessons which can help in getting a 700+ score. With advanced level GMAT questions, self paced courses, doubt clarification sessions & unlimited extra help, students get the best of the preparation.
Manya – The Princeton Review also offers online & offline modes of delivery with customized preparation options so that you can learn as per your convenience and need. You may opt for live online sessions or classroom sessions at your convenience. In order to make it further easier for you, we run our classes in omnichannel mode. It implies that our live online program is aligned to our classroom program and both have the same course duration, materials, and value added services that make it easier for you to shift from one mode to the other at any point of time during the course.
A unique component of our GMAT course is BOOSTER sessions for eligible students. If you are aiming for top scores, Booster sessions are there to help you. It includes personalized small group sessions and one-on-one sessions by the most experienced trainers to help you with the right guidance and mentoring in the final stages of your GMAT preparation for the GMAT exam.