The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is taken by most management students planning to pursue graduate study in the USA. Some universities in Germany, Japan, India and Canada also require GMAT scores of management students for admissions at Masters and doctoral levels. Similar to the GRE, this test also assesses three different skills of graduate students: verbal, quantitative and analytical writing.
What GMAT measures?
The GMAT exam measures basic verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills that you have developed over a long period of time in your education period and in work.
The GMAT has the following format
Kinds of Questions
– Reading Comprehension
– Critical Reasoning
– Problem Solving (Algebra & Arithmetic)
– Data sufficiency
– Multiple source Reasoning
– Table Analysis
– Graphics Interpretation
– Two-Part Analysis
*varies according to institutions/courses
Sending score reports
Students can send their GMAT scores to up to five colleges and universities for free on the day of the test. You will have the opportunity to select the names of colleges after completing the test. Additional charges of $28 will be required to report your scores later.
For detailed information and updates regarding test registration, visit the official website of Graduate Management Admission Council www.gmac.org or www.mba.com