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Why GMAT?

  • Worldwide Criteria
    The GMAT Exam is accepted worldwide and has many opportunities for any management aspirant.
  • Highlight your skills
    A majority of business schools evaluate students’ skills by using their GMAT Exam scores.
  • Availability of Scholarships:
    Pursuing MBA programs in universities abroad can be a challenging task for students. By securing a good GMAT score, they can avail of GMAT Scholarships and reduce the cost of attendance at their dream university. Impress the scholarship committee with an outstanding GMAT score and avoid taking a student loan.
  • Reduces Financial Strain with a good GMAT Score
    While studying abroad courses costs a lot, a high GMAT score can aid you in obtaining scholarships and reduce the financial strain. The ROI for the top institutions is higher than a lot of highly regarded Indian B-Schools.

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All About GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Test commonly referred to as the GMAT is a multiple-choice computer-based exam, computer-adaptive & standardised test that is globally used for admission into MBA and other graduate business courses.

The GMAT Exam is designed and administered by a test maker to give business schools standard measures of the applicant’s readiness for academic work at the graduate level. Admissions committees at business schools examine the GMAT score, as well as your professional experience, academic performance, and any other relevant documents to determine your ability to take on the rigorous requirements of an MBA program. Good scores on the GMAT Exam will likely have an immediate and positive impact on your business school applications. The abilities that are tested by the GMAT Exam are ones that you are able to (and can and will) master. The process of getting prepared for the GMAT will also prepare you for success at business school.

GMAT Exam Pattern

The GMAT Exam is comprised of four parts i,e Assessment of Analytical Writing, Integrative Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal. Total testing time is three hours and seven minutes and is bifurcated as follows;

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FAQs

The Graduate Management Admission Test commonly referred to as the GMAT is a multiple-choice computer-based exam, computer-adaptive & standardised test that is globally used for admission into MBA and other graduate business courses.
There are 100+ colleges accepting GMAT Exam scores in India. Top MBA colleges in India accepting GMAT includes IIMs, ISB, XLRI, SPJIMR and many other top B-schools.
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) syllabus is divided into four sections: Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Aptitude, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing.
The minimum age criteria for the GMAT examination is 13 years. There is no maximum upper limit on age. Candidates who have an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution can apply for GMAT Exam. There is no minimum or maximum academic qualification limit for taking the GMAT.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is an online computer-based examination comprised of 3 hours, Analytical Writing (30 minutes), Integrated Reasoning (30 minutes), Quantitative Reasoning (62 minutes), and Verbal Reasoning (65 minutes).

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