About GMAT

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized computer adaptive test used by globally reputed business schools and its score is accepted in approximately 1800 Graduate Business and Management programs world over.

The test comprises of 3 parts and measures individual analytical writing, verbal and quantitative skills. please refer to the table below to find the GMAT composition and duration:

Section No. of Questions Time (Mins)
Analytical Writing 1 Analyze an Issue + 

1 Analyze an Argument

30 + 


Optional Break 8 mins
Quantitative Reasoning 37 

(Problem Solving +Data sufficiency)

75 mins
Optional Break 8 mins
Verbal Reasoning 


(Reading Comprehension + Critical Reasoning + Sentence Correction)

75 mins
TOTAL 78 + 2 AWA questions 3 hrs 30 mins + breaks

  1. Every test comprises of trial multiple-choice questions that are being pretested to be used in another test.
  2. There is a severe penalty for not completing the test, so make sure your speed is well paced.

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1 Response to About GMAT

  1. vinit sidana says:

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