Test Preparation : GMAT

GMAT is computer adaptive test to evaluate certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills in English for admission in order to graduate management program, such as MBA. GMAT judges your intelligence and let you sleep on the blanket of commitment, ability and motivation to get succeed in Business school. Similarly, it demonstrates your readiness for academic success. Truly speaking, GMAT let you disclose the skills to fit you on most prestigious business school and beyond. GMAT is use as the proof for admission to graduate business administration programs like MBA, Masters of Accountancy etc. on several countries.


GMAT maturely consist four sections:

The Analytical writing has one essay writing task, i.e. Argument. This part measures the student’s possession to think critically and make an excellent transaction of communication ahead. This section requires the candidate to figure out the logic of the given position and resolve the faulty expression of reasoning that means what evidence will be created to put your solid thoughts for your case. The student is given 30 minutes for this essay. The scoring for this segment is on a scale 0 to 6. The essay is scored by a human reader and then by a computer program. If the human and computer grade differs by more than a one point, the score is sent to a second expert reader for final evaluation which seems rare.
The Integrated Reasoning section has 12 questions to be solved in 30 minutes in which scores are reported on a scale of 1 to 8. The questions involve interpretation of tables, words, charts, graphs from a variety of sources to develop key point skills. Each question is independent and may have more than one part, but one prompt may be used more than one question. An on-screen calculator is available. Integrated reasoning has two part analysis, Multi- source Reasoning, Graphic Interpretation and table analysis.

This portion has two types of multiple choice questions:

1 Data Sufficiency

It consist of questions followed by two statements. Your main work is to decide whether the information on the statement provide sufficient answer to the question. These questions require much less calculation than standard problem solving. This type of question is unique to the GMAT.

2. Problem Solving

It consist of multiple choice questions. You should practice math problem solving skills with 10 tests. Each test has 10 questions and should take 12 minutes. Reading the explanations to the questions may put you in puzzle but you should encourage your fundamentals and remember an important multiple choice techniques such as picking numbers and back solving. The GMAT mainly depends on basic math clever skills to distinguish an average student from highest level of quality.

It does contain three types of question:

1. Critical Reasoning

Critical Reasoning test your ability to analyze logical arguments. The arguments cover an unfamiliar topics and situations in which average GMAT- takers would be expected to be able to understand where you do need to be able to evaluate a piece of reasoning. It actually praises the ability to disjoint an argument and determine the body of the argument.

2. Reading Comprehension

Reading Comprehension questions test your ability to understand a passage and answer question on the basis of what stated and implied in the passage. The topics can hold your major capacity to make understand, reason, conclude, disjoin and apply the information on the given passage.

3. Sentence Correction

All sentence correction questions consist of a sentence with part underlined, followed by 5 answer choices. Your work is to choose the best version from the choices falling upon specific rules that obviously can be sharp, if u tend to focus and practice more. In Sentence correction questions, the answer should be without distraction of grammatical errors, ambiguity and redundancy that means much and more concentration should be added in grammar, choice of words and sentence correction which definitely speaks a requirement of standard written English.

GMAT is administered in standardized test centers in 112 countries around the world. Every student can roll in GMAT for maximum five times in one calendar year with the scores valid up to five years. If a student is fortunate enough to score a perfect 800 in the GMAT, they cannot take the GMAT again for five years until after their score expires.