Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is taken by most management students planning to pursue graduate study in the USA. Some universities In Germany, Japan, India and Canada also require GMAT scores of management students for admissions at graduate level. Similar to GRE, this test also assesses three different skills of graduate students: verbal, quantitative and analytical writing.
The GMAT preparation classes familiarize students with the test format and prepare them to be able to score higher in the real test. Several practice tests are administered at Orbit during the preparation. The teaching faculty Is qualified and experienced to facilitate these courses. Students are provided with a basic text and the Orbit Library holds a wide range of test preparation materials for both reference and loans.
GMAT Course Structures
GMAT is a three and a half hours test with a maximum score of 800 points. The GMAT test the candidate's’ abilities on various parameters. Further, the GMAT exam has four sections: • Analytical Writing Assessment—measures candidates ability to think critically and to communicate their ideas • Integrated Reasoning—measures candidates ability to analyse data and evaluate information presented in multiple formats • Quantitative Reasoning—measures aspirants ability to analyse data and draw conclusions using reasoning skills • Verbal Reasoning—measures the ability of the candidates to read and understand written material, to evaluate arguments and to correct written material to conform to standard written English.
GMAT Test Structures: Following is the Test Structure of GMAT
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