GMAT - (Graduate Management Admission Test)
GMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT). This implies the testing programming adjusts to your execution as you advance through the test. This infers your execution on each inquiry will decide the trouble dimension of the following couple of inquiries in the exam. Along these lines, the GMAT score is computed on your capacity level i.e. based on the trouble dimension of inquiries that you unravel accurately and not simply the quantity of inquiries that you get right.
Each segment begins with medium trouble level inquiries. In light of your reaction, you will then get a simpler or more troublesome inquiry. Your score is a composite
outcome which considers the trouble of each inquiry you got good and bad. Since each inquiry you answer specifically influences the following inquiry you get, the
CAT does not enable you to return to questions you've just replied. It just shows one inquiry at any given moment and does not enable you to see the following
inquiry until you've addressed the present one. Subsequently, you should audit every reaction before affirming and proceeding onward to the following one.
GMAT Exam Format – 2018 Update & Impact
In the new GMAT design, the GMAT test is shorter by 30 minutes (made successful from April 16, 2018). GMAC has decreased the aggregate time span of the GMAT from 4 hours to 3.5 hours. The adjustment in this new configuration has been made in the Tutorial Screens and the Quant and Verbal Section (scored out of 800).
The GMAT Exam tests you on the following four sections:
- Analytical Writing Assessment—measures your capacity to think fundamentally and to convey your thoughts
- Integrated Reasoning—measures your capacity to investigate information and assess data exhibited in various organizations
- Quantitative Reasoning—measures your capacity to dissect information and reach inferences utilizing thinking abilities
- Verbal Reasoning—measures your capacity to peruse and comprehend composed material, to assess contentions and to remedy composed material to adjust to standard composed English
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What is the cost/registration fee for the GMAT?
The registration fee for taking GMAT® is USD 250. For the same fee, Test takers can submit the names of 5 B Schools that they wish to send their scores to.
How many times in a year is the GMAT® exam held?
GMAT is conducted on all working days in India (i.e., Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday).
How many times a year can I take the GMAT?
Once every 16 calendar days and no more than five times in a 12-month period. 8 times in total (lifetime limit effective December 17, 2016).
How long is the GMAT score valid?
For 5 years from the test date.
When do we get the scores?
For the math, verbal and IR sections, immediately after the exam. However, official scores (with scores for the AWA section) take 20 days to reach.
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