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GMAT Test Preparation- Graduate Management Assessment Test

The Graduate Management Admission Test ® (GMAT ®) is a standardized test designed to measure basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills that have been developed over a long period of time through education and work. It does NOT measure:

  • Knowledge of business
  • Job skills
  • Specific content in undergraduate or first university course work
  • Subjective qualities such as motivation, creativity, and interpersonal skills
  • Abilities in any other specific subject area.

Format and Length

The Graduate Management Admission Test® (GMAT®) consists of four main parts, the Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative section, and Verbal section. Total duration of the test is 3.5 hours, but with the breaks, time extends to approximately 4 hours.

 

 

Section

Time (Minutes)

Questions

Question Types

Score Range

Analytical Writing (AWA)

30

1

Argument Essay

0-6

Integrated Reasoning (IR)

30

12

Multi Source, Table Analysis, Graphics, Two-part Analysis

1-8

Optional 8-minute break

Quantitative Section

75

37

Data Sufficiency, Problem Solving

0-60

Optional 8-minute break

 

Verbal Section

75

41

Reading Comprehensions, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction

0-60

Total Score

 

 

200 to 800

 

Analytical Writing Assessment

The GMAT begins with the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA). The AWA consists of a writing task - Analysis of an Argument. Test takers are allowed 30 minutes to complete the essay.

 

Integrated Reasoning

Integrated Reasoning consists of four question types, which require you to analyze and synthesize data in different formats and from multiple sources. The questions comprise of Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, Table Analysis and Multi-Source Reasoning. Candidates attempt 12 questions in a period of 30 minutes.

 

Quantitative Section

Following an optional five-minute break, the Quantitative section of the GMAT begins. This section contains 37 multiple-choice questions of two question types-Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. Test takers are allowed a maximum of 75 minutes to complete the entire section.

 

Verbal Section

After a second optional five-minute break, the Verbal Section of the GMAT begins. This section contains 41 multiple-choice questions of three question types-Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction. Test takers are allowed a maximum of 75 minutes to complete the entire section.

Scoring

The Analytical Writing section is graded separately in a range of 0 – 6, in half point steps. The Integrated Reasoning section is scored in the range of 1 to 8. The multiple choice sections of the GMAT (verbal and quantitative) are graded on a range of 0 – 60 points. A score of 44 or above for the verbal section, as well as a score of 50 or above for the quantitative section are considered ultra high scores and are quite rare. The total score (which is completely independent of the Analytical Writing and Integrated Reasoning sections, and is derived from your performance on the Math and Verbal sections) ranges from 200 to 800. GMAT Total scores fall on a bell curve, with two-thirds of all testers scoring between 400 and 600. The average GMAT score in 2016 was approximately 544. However, students who manage to get an admission to the top universities have an average GMAT score of around 720. Perfect scores almost never occur. In addition to “raw” scores, you may find it useful to consider percentile scores, which indicate what percentage of test-takers score below you. For example, a score of 544 (the average) ranks in the 50th percentile.

 

 

Average GMAT Scores For MBA Programs at the Top 10 Business Schools (Chart)

 

Business School

Avg GMAT

Rank

Enrollment (2016-17)

Harvard Business School

725

1

1,872

Stanford Graduate School of Business

733

2 (tie)

824

University of Chicago

(Booth)

726

2 (tie)

1,180

University of Pennsylvania

(Wharton)

732

4

1,715

Northwestern University

(Kellogg)

724

5 (tie)

1,272

Massachusetts Institute of Technology

(Sloan)

716

5 (tie)

806

University of California-Berkeley

(Haas)

715

7

502

Yale School of Management

761

8 (tie)

668

Dartmouth

(Tuck)

717

8 (tie)

563

Columbia Business School

715

10

1,287

Note: All data for Harvard GMAT scores, Stanford GMAT scores, and the rest (including school ranking), comes from U.S. News and Word Report.

 

For more information, please visit www.mba.com

 

Graduate Management Admission Test® and GMAT® are registered trademarks of the Graduate Management Admission Council®.

 

Our Method of Teaching GMAT

We do not conduct our GMAT course as a "standard" course for all students. We individualize our course for each student. All students starting the course do a full real 3-hour GMAT test. Based on this Diagnostic Test, we develop a study program, which is different for every student. Their weighted scores determine the time to be given to each study module. Thus a student scoring high on the Mathematics section will have to spend little time in attaining a high mathematics score. However, if his Verbal diagnostic score was a low one, his program will allow more time on the Verbal modules. By this method, we optimize each student's performance. The program of study for each student is given on his individual Progress Check Report, which is used throughout his preparation to guide the preparation in an optimal manner.

 

Our Teachers

Students study under the guidance of several instructors all trained extensively on the best methods of doing GMAT. All tutors are completely honed on the best methods of teaching the various sections, and are experts in their areas of interest.

Our Materials

Our preparation materials have been prepared and chosen after extensive review and evaluation of the best training manuals available. Hence, you receive not our standard preparation material, but also extra materials to work on your weaknesses. All students also appear in many paper based and computer based full-length exams, that are reviewed with the students individually in order to enhance their learning and improvement. This is the main reason why our average score improvement is 180 points.

 

Preparation / Class Schedule

Normal preparation consists of 4 two-hour classes per week, for 3 to 4 months, depending on the individual level of the student. Since the program works on an individual basis, a new student can join at any time.

Free Diagnostic Test

Anybody wishing to judge his/her GMAT score level without giving any commitment to join our course, can come and do a Free Actual GMAT Diagnostic Test at any one of our centers. We will check your score, and evaluate your performance on each section of the GMAT without any charges. You need only pay once you join our course.

To schedule an appointment for your GMAT Diagnostic Test, or if you need any further information, please call us at our telephone numbers below, or drop us an email at salman@aneeshussain.com

 

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