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If you are applying to a business school for a graduate degree in management, then you must get familiar with the GMAT exam. The GMAT score is accepted by the best business and management schools across the world. It is one of the deciding factors for admission into a business school.
You can boost your chances of getting into world-class business schools by doing well in the GMAT. The GMAT coaching offered at Triton integrates world-class material, experienced faculty and an interactive classroom environment for better conceptual understanding to help you score well in the test.
WHAT IS GMAT?
GMAT is a computer adaptive test (CAT) which assesses the analytical, writing, quantitative and verbal skills of students.
The maximum score in the GMAT is 800. Typically, students should aim for a minimum score of 600 to succeed in getting admission in a reputed university. Ivy League colleges like Harvard and Stanford typically require scores above 720.
The GMAT is developed and conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). This council sets the questions, conducts the test and sends the result to those who have taken the test.
WHAT IS THE ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA FOR GMAT?
Though there is no educational requirement to take the GMAT exam, students should be above 18 years to take the test.
WHAT IS THE GMAT EXAM LIKE?
The GMAT exam consists of four sections:
- Analytical Writing Assessment
- Integrated Reasoning
- Quantitative Reasoning
- Verbal Reasoning
The duration of the exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes. There is an option to either take a paper-based or computerized test.
|Analytical writing||Integrated reasoning||Quantitative reasoning||Verbal reasoning|
Analysis of an argument
|30 minutes||30 minutes||62 minutes||65 minutes|
|Score- 0-6 in 0.5 increments||Score- 1-8 in 1-point increments||Score-0 to 60 (Known as scaled score)||Score-0 to 60. (Known as scaled score)|
Total score can be between 200 to 800 in 10-point increments.
- Prerequisites: Yes