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GMAT Coaching:

GMAT- Graduate Management Admission Test:

GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer based standardized test that assesses the aptitude abilities in a person for accomplishing the academic of business curriculum. Students from different backgrounds belonging to different countries in the world can take the GMAT test. This test is a decisive part for admissions in more than 4000 graduate programs in 1800 schools around the world. Presently, several leading Business Schools in India also require GMAT scores for admission.

Test Modules:

The GMAT test consists of following three modules that determines fundamental verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills in the test taker. The maximum score for GMAT is 800 and the mean score is 533 in 2005-06. The test score is valid for 5 years.

  1. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
  2. In this module test taker has to prevail two writing tasks, Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument. The maximum time limit will be 30 minutes for writing each essay. The range of test score in AWA range from 0-60 points, representing the average ratings of two essays.

  3. Quantitative section
  4. This module consists of 37 multiple choice questions, which has to be completed within 75 minutes. The test evaluates the competence of arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry which are categorized into two types of tasks: Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving. The range of test score in Quantitative section range from 0-60 points

  5. Verbal section
  6. This module consists of 41 multiple choice questions, which are categorized into three tasks – reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. The maximum time limit for completing this module is of 75 minutes. The range of test score in verbal section range from 0-60 points. Moreover, there will be few pretest questions (they are not scored) assorted in verbal and quantitative sections, which cannot be identified. Therefore you have to answer all the questions in the test.

Maximum Time Limit: 3 hours and 45 mts

Maximum Test Score: 800

Mean Score (2005-06): 533

Test Fee: U.S. $ 250 Worldwide

Additional Test score Reporting Fee: U.S. $ 28

Structure of the GRE General Test:

Modules Number of Questions Time Limit
Analytical Writing Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes)
Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes)
2 Essays 60 Minutes
Optional 5 Minutes Break Quantitative Section
Problem Solving (23 to 24 questions)
Data Sufficiency (13 to 14 questions)
37 47 Minutes
Optional 5 Minutes Break Verbal Section
Critical Reasoning (14-15 questions)
Sentence Correction (14-15 questions)
Reading Comprehension
(4passages with 12-14 questions)