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GMAT exam

What is the GMAT exam?

The graduate management admission test is a computerized adaptive test, in written English.The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is an admission requirement to Master’s degree programmes and scholarship applications for post-graduate education in most countries. This tests is widely recognized and used by more than 5, 800 businesses and management programmes globally. GMAT exam assesses the verbal, integrated reasoning, arithmetic, and analytical writing skills that have developed in one’s work and education. Notably, the GMAT exam does not evaluate one’s knowledge specific content in their undergraduate course work or job skills. This exam is a computerized test that is conducted in English. It has four major parts, which entail analytical writing assessment (AWA), the Verbal section, the Quantitative section, and Integrated Reasoning (IR).

What is the purpose of the GMAT exam?

Assess your skills

The main aim is to assess your analytic, quantitative, written, verbal and reading skills.

Required for any graduate management program

A platform for admission to any graduate management program, such as an MBA.

Evaluate academic skills

Evaluates knowledge of specific algebra, grammar, geometry and arithmetic.

Testing real world business management skills

Tests critical reasoning skills and logic- the essential tools in the real- world business management.

What is the structure of the test?

There are four parts; the analytical writing assessment, a quantitative part, an integrated reasoning section, and a verbal section.

The total time required for the test is three hours.

  • Analytical writing assessment – 30 minutes
  • Integrated reasoning section (12 multiple choice) – 30 minutes
  • Quantitative section (31 questions) – 1 hour
  • Verbal section (36 questions) – 1 hour

Uniserv’s top 5 Tips:

1. Questions adapt based on answers. If a student answers incorrectly, then the following questions will be less difficult, the opposite is also true, if a correct answer is submitted, the following questions will be of increased difficulty.
2. Preparation builds confidence and confidence is key.
3. The test is timed- therefore pace is important, make sure you get through all the questions.
4. Research some past test examples, this will set your expectations
5. Read the instructions before starting the test.