GMAT  Academy in Trichy

The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is an important part of the business school application process. The GMAT is a multiple-choice, computer-based, and computer-adaptive standardized exam that is often required for admission to graduate business programs (MBA) globally. The GMAT is developed and administered by test maker GMAC to provide business schools with common measures of applicants’ preparedness for graduate-level academic work. Business school admission committees look at your GMAT score, along with work experience, academic record, and supporting materials, to assess your readiness for the rigors of an MBA program.

The application fee for the GMAT exam is $250, which would translate to INR 17,000 approximately. The GMAT score is valid for 5 years.

The GMAT contains four distinct section types. They are
1.Analytical Writing Assessment
2.Integrated Reasoning


Analytical Writing Assesment

Number of questions Number of minutes to complete AWA
One timed task: “Analysis of an Argument” 30 minutes

It is an essay writing section. It helps business schools analyze your writing skills. It is scored separately, and your AWA score is not used to generate your 200–800
point score. Essays are scored by a human grader and a computer grading system,  and the two scores are averaged for your final score.  You are not asked to present your own point of view on the topic; instead, you are tasked with critiquing the author's argument, analyzing the soundness of the author’s evidence and reasoning. When scoring this section, essay graders are looking for whether you can clearly identify and insightfully analyze parts of the argument, develop and organize your ideas thoughtfully and logically, and connect your statements with clear transitions.

Integrated Reasoning

Number of questions Number of minutes to complete IR
Multi-Source Reasoning questions
Graphics Interpretation questions
Two-Part Analysis questions Table Analysis questions
12 total questions (many with multiple parts)
62 minutes


Number of questions Number of minutes to complete Quantiative
14–15 Data Sufficiency questions
16–19 Problem Solving questions
31 total questions
30 minutes

The GMAT Quantitative section is designed to test your content and analytical  knowledge of basic math concepts, including arithmetic and number properties,
algebra, and geometry.  The section consists of two question types:
Data Sufficiency questions consist of a question and two statements of data. Your  task is to determine whether the statements provide sufficient data to answer the
question. This question type requires you to quickly identify what information you  would need to solve the problem and to efficiently eliminate answer choices.
Problem Solving is a classic standardized test question type. You'll be presented  with a question and five possible answer choices. Problem Solving questions use
high school–level math up to algebra and plane geometry to test your critical  thinking skills.



Number of questions Number of minutes to complete AWA
12 Reading Comprehension questions (approx.)
10 Critical Reasoning questions (approx.)
14 Sentence Correction questions (approx.)
36 total questions
65 minutes

The GMAT Verbal section is designed to test your command of standard written English,  your skill in analyzing arguments, and your ability to read critically. You will see
three question types in this section:
Critical Reasoning questions test the skills involved in making and evaluating arguments, as well as formulating a plan of action.
In GMAT Sentence Correction, you will typically face long and involved sentences.  You will be asked to find the best version of the underlined section out of the original or one of four alternatives. The sentence may contain no errors, or it may contain one, two, or more errors.
These questions test your critical reading skills, more specifically, your ability to summarize the main idea, differentiate between ideas stated specifically and those implied by the author, make inferences based on information in a text, analyze the logical structure of a passage, and deduce the author's tone and attitude about a topic.
The Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GMAT are each scored from 0 to 60, with the mean score for Quantitative at 39 and the mean score for Verbal at 27. The score business schools and MBA programs pay the most attention to is the combined 200–800 score scale, where the mean score is 552. The tables below show the relationship between scaled scores and the test-takers
achieving them:

Percentile Total GMAT Score*
Top 10% of all test takers 710
Top 25% of all test takers 650
Top 50% of all test takers 580
Below 50th percentile of all test takers/td> 570

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