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The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The GMAT tests your Integrated Reasoning Skills, Analytical Writing Assessment, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
Although a great GMAT score is an important factor in the admissions process, it’s not the only parameter which will be considered. Along with a great GMAT score you also need to have equally good academics scores (Percentages, CGPA, GPA, internships and relevant experience). Again, a high GMAT score may not guarantee you an admission into your dream university/college, but a bad GRE score will definitely hamper your chances of getting into the same institution. Elevate your GMAT scores in Hyderabad. Unlock your best scores with our experienced mentors, comprehensive resources, and personalized approach. Your business career begins here!
See the table below for more details about the GMAT:
|This section measures your algebraic and arithmetic foundational knowledge and how you apply this knowledge to solve problems. It is composed of 21 Problem-solvingquestions. These types of questions require some knowledge of arithmetic and elementary algebra. Answering these questions correctly relies on logic and analytical skills, not the underlying math skills. You cannot use a calculator while working on this section.||45 minutes|
This section measures your ability to read and comprehend written material and to reason and evaluate arguments. It is composed of 23 Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning questions. Reading Comprehension questions measure your ability to understand words and statements, understand logical relationships between significant points, draw inferences, and follow the development of quantitative concepts. Specifically, the following reading skills will be tested: main idea, supporting idea, inference, application, logical structure, and idea, inference, application, logical structure, and style. Critical Reasoning questions measure your ability to make arguments, evaluate arguments, and formulate or evaluate a plan of action. Critical Reasoning questions are based on a short reading passage, usually fewer than 100 words. Typically, the short text comes with a question that asks you which of the five answer options strengthens or weakens an argument, tells why the argument is flawed, or strongly supports or damages the argument. You will not need specialized knowledge of the subject matter to answer the questions.
|Data Insights||The Data Insights section measures candidates' ability to analyze and interpret data and apply it to real-world business scenarios. With the GMAT™ Exam - Focus Edition’s updated test design, Data Insights leverages Integrated Reasoning and Data Sufficiency question types to measure a newly calibrated digital and data literacy dimension—one of the most relevant and in-demand skills in business today. It is composed of 20 questions that ask you to assess how multiple sources and types of information – including graphic, numeric, and verbal – relate to one another and can be leveraged to make informed decisions. Questions may require math, data analysis, verbal reasoning, or all three. You can use an on-screen calculator while working on this section. The question types you'll find on this section are: Data Sufficiency: Measures your ability to analyze a quantitative problem, recognize which data is relevant, and determine at what point there is enough data to solve the problem. Multi-Source Reasoning: Tests your ability to examine data from multiple sources including text passages, tables, graphics, or some combination of the three—and to analyze each source of data carefully to answer multiple questions. Some questions will require you to recognize discrepancies among different sources of data, while others will ask you to draw inferences, or require you to determine whether data is relevant. Table Analysis: Measures your ability to sort and analyze a table of data, similar to a spreadsheet, in order to determine what information is relevant or meets certain conditions. Graphics Interpretation: Measures your ability to interpret the information presented in a graph or other graphical image (scatter plot, x/y graph, bar chart, pie chart, or statistical curve distribution) to discern relationships, and make inferences. Two-Part Analysis: Tests your ability to solve complex problems. They could be quantitative, verbal, or some combination of both. The format is intentionally versatile to cover a wide range of content. Your ability to evaluate trade-offs, solve simultaneous equations, and discern relationships between two entities is measured.||45 minutes|
The GMAT is a question adaptive computer-based test, which means you have to answer the first question, then only you can move to the next one, and so on. You cannot come back to any question. The difficulty level changes according to your answers to the questions, while the first question is always of medium difficulty. If you answer it correctly, then the next question will be of higher difficulty level. So, it means that the first few questions are of more importance compared to the last questions in a section.
The GMAT scoring scale will be altered slightly for the GMAT Focus Edition, ranging from 205 to 805. Currently, the GMAT exam score ranges from 200 to 800.This change ensures that test takers and schools can distinguish which test a score is from.
This change ensures that test takers and schools can distinguish which test a score is from.