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. It establishes the benchmark for predicting academic success in today's graduate management programs. It is a computer-based test that evaluates skills relevant to management studies, with a focus on critical thinking and reasoning.
While many other aspects are considered by admission committees (such as your college grades, transcripts, essays, CV, work experience, and interview), doing well on the GMAT is essential if you want to get into a prestigious business school.
The exam assesses your ability to perform basic math, algebra, geometry, multi-source data processing, and grammar. More crucially, it evaluates your ability to read, analyze, and evaluate written information, as well as your ability to think critically and solve issues. The GMAT is, above all, a test of your critical thinking abilities. Attend this webinar to know all about the GMAT exam and its importance to postgraduate admissions abroad.