Most students state that a 10-week study time is enough to prepare for the basics of your GMAT exam while others suggest a good 6-month plan. So, depending on your profession or college schedule, plan out your study time-table.
It is recommended that you spend at least 1.5 to 2 hours every day prepping at least one section of your GMAT curriculum.
Make sure you read carefully through the specific type of question you are answering before you proceed with your test.
Practice, practice, and more practice! It is the ultimate key to good GMAT scores. There are free study materials and guides provided by GMAC, Kaplan, etc. that can very helpful.
Quantitative Reasoning questions
Integers, Fractions & Decimals, Ratios & Proportions, Ratio, Algebra, Inequalities, Absolute Value, Permutations & Combinations, Probability, Statistics, Geometry, Set Theory.
Verbal Reasoning questions
-“What does the author wish to convey with these lines?”
-“Why did the author use these words in describing XYZ?”
Integrated Reasoning questions
Multi-source Reasoning, Table Analysis, Graphics Interpretation, Two-part Analysis
Writing Assessment questions
You will get a short paragraph with an argument and reasoning. Provide an analysis of why this argument is sound or not. Answer the question in 300-500 words and keep it to the point.
It completely depends on which sections you need to focus on. If you find a specific section of the test more challenging than the rest, it would be wise to invest in a book that specializes in that section. However, if you don’t have such a weak point, you can get a comprehensive book that includes the concepts covered under all the sections of the test.
GMAT is the first step towards building your career in business management. Acing this exam can take you to your dream university.
Almost all top universities in Canada, the US, UK, etc., accept GMAT scores for their MBA programs.
Create your mba.com account and log in to it.
Click on the “Register Now” or “View Appointment Details” button.
Select “GMAT Online Exam” and select your preferred appointment date and time.
Once you have finalized your registration, you’ll have to pay a fee of $200 ($75 less than the regular GMAT exam fees) to book the appointment.
The GMAT is an online exam that you may write at any time of the year. It is generally used by universities that provide MBA degrees to asses you. It is a test that primarily assesses you based on your reasoning skills. This exam measures you based on your verbal, reasoning, mathematical and analytical skills.The GMAT syllabus and pattern remains the same throughout the year.
There are 4 sections to the test, them being:
Analytical Writing: You are generally asked questions based on a passage for which you must answer.
Integrated Reasoning: This section tests your analytical skills by making you analyse tabular/graphical information.
Quantitative Section: This section tests your fundamentals in mathematics such as geometry, simple equations etc.
Verbal Reasoning: This section covers three sub sections, mainly Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Sentence Correction.
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