The GMAT is designed to help graduate schools of business assess the qualifications of applicants for advanced study in business and management.From the 1997/98 testing year the GMAT is available only in computer-based format.
The GMAT test consists of three main sections: analytical writing, quantitative reasoning and verbal reasoning. It has a computer-adaptive format: the test adjusts to examinees' individual ability level.
The GMAT consists of four separately timed sections. Each of the first two sections contains a 30-minute writing task, the other two sections are 75 minutes each and contain multiple-choice questions. The GMAT Total Score is based on a combination of Quantitative and Verbal section results (200 to 800)
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