The Graduate Management Admissions Test(GMAT) is a Computer Adaptive Test for candidates who are looking to pursue a graduate management program such as MBA. Conducted by the Graduate Management Admissions Council(GMAC), the GMAT tests a candidate’s Quantitative, Verbal, Analytical and Integrated Reasoning skills.
|Sections||Parts and Number of Questions||Question Types||Duration|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 Topic||Analysis of Argument||30 Minutes|
|12 Questions||Multi-Source Reasoning|
|Quantitative||31 Questions||Data Sufficiency|
|Verbal||36 Questions||Reading Comprehension|
|Total Exam Time, |
Not including breaks or tutorials
|-||-||3 Hours, 7 Minutes|
The GMAT examination is considered for admissions to various post-graduate programs, mostly management programs. The exam has no pre-requisites for any candidate who is willing to take the test.