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About GMAT

GMAT GMAC CAT Strategies Scope Scoring Format Register Validity GMAT Preparation GMAT Books   The GMAT stand for Graduate Management Admission Test, which is standardized exam given at various locations in the United States and Canada and around the world. Throughout North America and many international locations, the GMAT is administered ... Full story

GMAC – Graduate Management Admission Council

GMAC - Graduate Management Admission Council is responsible for all matters of GMAT. GMAC began to operate in 1953, as an association of nine top business schools. Its goal was to develop a standardized test to help business schools select suitable candidates for MBA classes. It itrodeced GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). More than 200,000 people take GMAT round the ... Full story

CAT – Computer Adaptive Test

Unlike most standardized tests, the GMAT is not typically administered in a paper-and-pencil format. The vast majority of students can take the GMAT only on computer, in the form of a computer-adaptive test, or CAT for short. Flexibility in Scheduling When compared to the paper-and-pencil format, the CAT format has both advantages and disadvantages. One major advantage is flexibility in scheduling the ... Full story

GMAT Strategies to Have Higher Score

General Develop your own Plan Spend enough time preparing that you know where your strengths and weaknesses lie. You know you're going to face geometry questions in the Quantitative section; are you strong with triangles and quadrilaterals, but weak with circles? Having this kind of understanding can help you decide where to focus your energies. Why spend 8 minutes stressing out over ... Full story

GMAT Scope

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a worldwide accepted standardized assessment—delivered in English—that helps business schools assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management. Business Schools use the test as one predictor of academic performance in an MBA program or in other graduate management programs. If you want to have admission to an MBA program, chances ... Full story

GMAT Scoring

The use of the computer-adaptive testing technology makes it difficult to predict your actual GMAT score based on your performance on a paper-and-pencil practice test. We have tried, however, to develop a scoring table that provides a general ideal of your performance at this point in your preparation. To predict your score on the practice tests you take during preparation, ... Full story

Calculate GMAT Score

The corresponding number in the right column represents an approximation of your GMAT test score. Verbal Subscore (C = Correct, S = Score) C S C S C... Full story

GMAT Format

The Random Nature of the GMAT CAT Test By its very nature, the GMAT test is inherently random. It selects questions for you to answer from a large database, based on whether or not you answered the previous questions correctly. It does this to determine the degree of difficulty within which you will be most challenged.The GMAT test also relies on a ... Full story

GMAT Registration

Choose a Test Center The GMAT is administered by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC). In order to register for the GMAT, you must first choose a test center. The GMAC maintains one test center list for the United States, Canada, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. territories, and a second list for all other international locations. Both lists can be downloaded from ... Full story

GMAT Validity

Validity refers to how well the GMAT exam does what it is intended to do—predict students’ academic performance in the core courses of a graduate management or business program. The GMAT is the first and only test designed to predict student performance in business school, and it does so more reliably than any other known measure, including the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) ... Full story
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