Graduate Management Admission Test is a standardized assessment test created by management schools for management programs. It has been the test of choice by world’s business leaders to get into the world’s business school. The GMAT Test contains four sections:
- an Analytical Writing section with one tasks, which always comes first in the test
- one Integrated Reasoning section
- one Verbal Reasoning section
- one Quantitative Reasoning section
|Measure/Section||Number of Questions||Time|
|Analytical Writing||1 ”Analyze an Argument” task||30 minutes per task|
|Verbal Reasoning||36||65 minutes|
|Quantitative Reasoning||31||62 minutes|
|Integrated Reasoning||12||30 minutes|
- You are given one question at a time, and you must answer it to move on to the next question.
- You can’t return to previously answered questions within a section.
- You can’t skip questions.
- Within a section (Verbal or Quantitative), the questions are not grouped by topic or type.