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Graduate Management Admission Test

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) exam is a standardised test that measures the verbal, quantitative, analytical writing, and integrated reasoning skills of applicants who are interested in pursuing graduate management education, such as an MBA (Master of Business Administration).
The GMAT exam is divided into four sections: Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. The AWA and Integrated Reasoning sections are scored separately, while the Quantitative and Verbal sections are combined to form a total score.
In the AWA section,
You will be given 30 minutes to write one essay on an argument that is presented to you. The essay will be evaluated on the quality of your reasoning, the coherence of your ideas, and the overall quality of your writing.
In the Integrated Reasoning section,
You will answer 12 questions that test your ability to analyze data presented in various formats, such as tables and graphs. The questions will require you to evaluate information from multiple sources and make inferences based on that information.
In the Quantitative section,
You will answer 31 multiple-choice questions that test your knowledge of basic Math concepts, including Algebra, Geometry, and Arithmetic. The questions will be presented in order of difficulty, with the harder questions appearing later in the section.
In the Verbal section,
You will answer 36 multiple-choice questions that test your ability to analyse and evaluate written material, as well as your ability to read critically and identify grammatical errors. The questions will test your knowledge of grammar, sentence structure, and reading comprehension.
The GMAT exam is scored on a scale of 200 to 800, with 800 being the highest possible score. Your score is based on your performance in the Quantitative and Verbal sections, and the scores are combined to form a total score.
Preparing for the GMAT exam can take time, but there are many resources available to help you. There are books, online courses, and practice tests that you can use to improve your skills and get familiar with the exam format. Additionally, taking classes with a qualified GMAT tutor can be a great way to improve your skills and get feedback on your progress.

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