The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer adaptive test (CAT) used as an admission requirement for business administration programs worldwide. The GMAT measures verbal, mathematical, analytical, and writing skills that students developed over time. For more information, take a look at our GMAT infographic.
WHAT IS THE GMAT?
|GMAT Test Section||# of Questions||Content||Timing|
|ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT||1 Topic||Analysis of an Argument||30 minutes|
|INTEGRATED REASONING||12 questions||Multi-Source Reasoning
|QUANTITATIVE||37 questions||Data Sufficiency
|VERBAL||41 questions||Reading Comprehension
GMAT TEST DATES
The GMAT® exam is administered by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and offered year-round and on demand at test centers around the world. As of Spring 2020, it is also offered online at-home. For more information and to schedule an appointment to take the exam, visit http://www.mba.com/.
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