## ABOUT GMAT ENTRANCE EXAM

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a 3½-hour standardized exam designed to predict how test takers will perform academically in MBA programs. GMAT scores are used by graduate business **schools** to make admission decisions.

### GMAT 2020 Exam Dates

Events | Exam Dates |

Application form available | August 2020 |

Last date for application submission | December 2020 |

Last Date to change Interview City | December 2020 |

Shortlist Result | January 2020 |

Interview | February to March 2020 |

Result announcement | March 2020 |

### REGISTRATION

GMAT registration is conducted all the time, i.e. throughout the year.

- Candidates can register online for GMAT.
- Interested candidates can register themselves for the exam as per their suitability.
- Candidates can choose the exam dates and exam center, according to their comfort.
- Candidates can give the exam five times in a year and one time within one month. Candidates can also re-schedule their exam date.
- Candidates are suggested to take a printout of a registration form and keep it safe for future references.

**Application Fee:**

- The GMAT application fee is US $250 and approximately Rs. 17027.5 in India.
- The exam fee can be paid through Visa/MasterCard/American Express/JCB cards.
- The registration fee can also be paid by Cashier’s Checks, Money Orders, and Personal Checks.

### ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA

There are no fixed eligibility criteria provided for GMAT examination. Candidates can check the basic eligibility for the exam from here:

** Age Criteria:**

- Candidate must complete the minimum age of 18 years.
- There is no upper age limit.

### EXAM PATTERN

GMAT exam pattern is given here:

**Mode of Exam:** It is a Computer Based Test (CBT).

**Duration of Exam:** GMAT is a 3-1/2 hours test.

**Total marks:** It is of maximum 800 marks.

**Subjects:** Total four subjects is included in the complete question paper, i.e. Analytical Reasoning, Verbal, Quantitative and Integrated Reasoning.

Section | Time (in Min) | No. of Questions | Type of Question | Score Vary From |
---|---|---|---|---|

Analytical Writing Assessment | 30 | 1 | Analysis of Argument | 0-6 in 0.5-point increments |

Integrated Reasoning | 30 | 12 | Table Analysis, Graphics Interpretation, Two-part Analysis and Multi-Source reasoning | 1-8 in 1-point increments |

Optional 8 minutes break | ||||

Quantitative | 75 | 37 | Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency | 0-60 in 1-point increments |

Optional 8 minutes break | ||||

Verbal Reasoning | 75 | 41 | Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, Reading, Comprehension | 0-60 in 1-point increments |

### EXAM SYLLABUS

Candidates are given three and a half hours to complete these four sections. The total score out of 800 is only for the verbal and quantitative sections. The remaining two sections receive their independent scores.

** This section has a 30-minute essay which includes: **

- Analytical Writing Assessment
- Integrated Reasoning
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Verbal Reasoning

** Analytical Writing Assessment**

- Your writing skills and abilities
- Clarity and logic in your argument
- Overall relevance of your essay with respect to the given topic

**Integrated Reasoning (IR)**

- Multi source reasoning
- Graphics interpretation
- Table analysis
- Two-part analysis

Download refrential book pdf here –** GMAT Pill for Integrated reasoning**

**Quantitative Aptitude **

Arithmetic | Algebra | Geometry |
---|---|---|

Number Systems and Number Theory | Permutation and Combination | Lines and angles |

Multiples and factors | Monomials, polynomials | Triangles |

Fractions | Algebraic expressions and equations | Quadrilaterals |

Decimals | Functions | Circles |

Percentages | Exponents | Rectangular solids and Cylinders |

Averages | Arithmetic and Geometric Progression | Coordinate geometry |

Powers and roots | Quadratic Equations | |

Profit and Loss | Inequalities and Basic statistics | |

Simple and Compound Interest | ||

Speed, Time, and Distance | ||

Pipes, Cisterns, and Work Time | ||

Ratio and Proportion | ||

Mixtures and Alligations | ||

Descriptive statistics | ||

Sets | ||

Probability |

Download refrential book pdf here – **R. S Agarwal Quantitive Aptitude**

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