Graduate Management Admission Test, also called GMAT, is a computer-based, adaptive test mandatory for every student to pass who is aiming to get admission in a graduate management course, such as, MBA.

This exam is made up of four sections:- Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning (IR) and an Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA).

Getting a high score on the GMAT exam is a crucial component of the selection process for many of the top business schools around the world. Our faculty consists of highly experienced individuals who have already cleared the exam with a remarkable score. Due to this, they are acquainted with all the possible pitfalls and hiccups that a student might face and subsequently, have the most efficient solutions at hand. Additionally, we also contribute to the student’s preparation by providing a personalized study plan and one-on-one doubt sessions with the faculty.

We understand that in order to pass GMAT with flying colors, haphazardly studying any content that we get our hands on is not the key, quite frankly, it is the recipe for disaster. And, that is precisely why we take immense pride in providing our students the best quality preparation material and excellent post class assistance.


Section Duration in minutes Number of questions
Analytical writing assessment 30 1 essay
Integrated reasoning 30 12
Quantitative 62 31
Verbal 65 36

Test takers may register for the GMAT either online at mba.com or by calling one of the test centres. To schedule an exam, an appointment must be made at one of the designated test centres. The GMAT may not be taken more than once within 16 days but no more than five times in a rolling 12-month period and no more than eight times total, even if the scores are cancelled. The cost of the exam is $250. All applicants are required to present valid ID when taking the test. Upon completion of the test, test takers have the option of cancelling or reporting their scores. As of July 2014, test takers were allowed to view their score before making this decision.
Because of the COVID-19 outbreak, the GMAT was made available to take online and at home starting April 20, 2020.


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