GMAT or Graduate Management Test is one of the most popular and pre-requisite exams attended by students who aim to get into top MBA colleges around the globe. This test is conducted by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) to assess the candidate’s verbal, analytical, reasoning, and quantitative skills that will help the student secure admission to the top business schools in most of the global ed destinations. This exam also evaluates the student on critical thinking, problem-solving, analysis, and evaluation of written materials.
This exam is separated into four timed sections, and they are as follows :
- Analytical writing assessment
- Integrated reasoning
- Quantitative reasoning
- Verbal reasoning section
So in today’s article, let us look at the updated syllabus of the GMAT and the eligibility criteria.
The computer-adaptive standardised test GMAT lasts for approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes if you choose to take the two optional 8-minute breaks. Analysing each section and its question types of GMAT will give the student the required insight into the content and skills tested during the exam.