The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized exam specifically designed for individuals seeking admission into graduate management programs, such as MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs. The GMAT is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The GMAT consists of four sections
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
This section requires you to analyze an argument and write an essay presenting your analysis.
Integrated Reasoning (IR)
This section measures your ability to interpret and analyse information presented in different formats, such as tables, graphs, and multi-source data.
This section evaluates your mathematical and problem-solving skills, covering topics such as algebra, geometry, and data sufficiency.
This section assesses your ability to comprehend and analyze written material, as well as evaluate arguments and sentence correction.
Benefits of GMAT
A few of the prerequisites for taking the GMAT exam include:
Specific Materials Required to bring to the exam
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When preparing for an exam it's essential to bring the necessary materials to ensure you have everything you need to complete the exam successfully.