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GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer based standardized test that assesses the aptitude abilities in a person for accomplishing the academic of business curriculum. Students from different backgrounds belonging to different countries in the world can take the GMAT test. This test is a decisive part for an admission, in more than 4000 graduate programs in 1800 schools around the world. Generally, GMAT is required for students who their desire is to study business related studies.
The GMAT test consists of following three modules that determines fundamental verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills in the test taker. The maximum score for GMAT is 800 and the mean score is 533 in 2005-06. The test score is valid for 5 years.
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
In this module test taker has to prevail two writing tasks, Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument. The maximum time limit will be 30 minutes for writing each essay. The range of test score in AWA range from 0-60 points, representing the average ratings of two essays.
This module consists of 37 multiple-choice questions, which has to be completed within 75 minutes. The test evaluates the competence of arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry, which are categorized into two types of tasks: Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. The range of test score in Quantitative section range from 0-60 points
This module consists of 41 multiple-choice questions, which are categorized into three tasks - reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. The maximum time limit for completing this module is of 75 minutes. The range of test score in verbal section range from 0-60 points. Moreover, there will be few pretest questions (they are not scored) assorted in verbal and quantitative sections, which cannot be identified. Therefore, you have to answer all the questions in the test.
- Maximum Time Limit : 3 hours and 45 mts
- Maximum Test Score : 800
- Mean Score (2005-06) : 533
- Test Fee : U.S. $ 250 Worldwide
- Additional Test score Reporting Fee : U.S. $ 28
Structure of the GMAT Test
|Modules||Number of Questions||Time Limit|
|2 Essays||60 Minutes|
With an addition of 300 new questions (within the question bank) in two of the three sections of GMAT; the test has become tougher for students to crack. Altogether about 33% questions have been added, which brings in a change of more than one third to the test. These changes have been announced in May 2009.
Following are the changes made:
Sentence Correction type – More questions emphasizing on pronoun and modifier rules. Lesser focus on comparisons and idioms-related questions. A total of 57 new questions have been added to the question bank.
Reading Comprehension type – Two Biology related passages have been replaced with one on Social Science and the other on Business.43 questions have been introduced.
Critical Reading type – 50 old questions have been replaced with 50 new questions.
Problem Solving type – 19 questions have been removed in this section and 56 questions have been added.
Data Sufficiency type – Reduction of questions related to fractions, decimals and percentages. Questions related to Algebra have also been reduced. Also, 75 old problems have been replaced with 94 new problems in the question bank.
Data Sufficiency question type within this test has got more new questions introduced than other sections.
No changes have been made to the Analytical Written Assessment (AWA) Section.
There is a US$50 fee to reschedule the date, time, or location of a GMAT exam appointment if you reschedule your appointment at least seven full calendar days before the date and time of your original appointment. If you reschedule within seven calendar days of the date and time of your original appointment, you will be charged the full registration amount. The rescheduling fee is subject to change without notice.
You will incur taxes when you reschedule an exam in certain countries. Please click tax rates to determine the tax you will have to pay to take the GMAT exam in certain countries.
For details on how to reschedule your test date or transfer from one test center to another, please the link below.
You will receive a US$80 refund when you cancel your test appointment more than seven full calendar days in advance of the date and time of your appointment. The cancellation refund is subject to change without notice. If you cancel your appointment within seven full calendar days of your appointment date and time, you forfeit your entire registration fee. For details on how to cancel your test appointment, please see cancel a GMAT Appointment on the link below.
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