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The Graduate Management Admission test (GMAT) exam is a standardized exam used for admission in graduate management program worldwide. The GMAT exam is solely a computer based test.


The test has four timed sections Analytical writing, Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Quant Reasoning. The GMAT exam is solely a computer based test.

Analytical Writing Assessment130 min
Integrated Reasoning1230 min
Quantitative Reasoning3162 min
Verbal Reasoning3665 min
Total Time:187 min


You have the flexibility to select the order for the section of the test. There are three different order you need to choose from:

  1. Analytical Writing Assessment
  2. Integrated Reasoning
  3. Quantitative Reasoning
  4. Verbal Reasoning
  1. Verbal Reasoning
  2. Quantitative Reasoning
  3. Integrated Reasoning
  4. Analytical Writing Assessment
  1. Quantitative Reasoning
  2. Verbal Reasoning
  3. Integrated Reasoning
  4. Analytical Writing Assessment

In GMAT both Quantitative and Verbal sections are both computer adaptive. So each question you get will depend upon your ability level. The first question will be of medium level. The computer uses your score of the question and your responses for the previous question as well for the selection of next question. So you keep on giving the correct answers the level of difficulty will increase and also the credit for the correct answers. As the test has to cover a range of questions, sometimes you may get an easier question even though you have answered the previous questions correctly.

Analytical Writing Section:

This section consists of a 30 minute writing task. Analysis of an argument you will have to type the essay with a computer keyboard.

Integrated Reasoning Section:

In today’s world, a manager has to deal with lot of data, relate them and solve complex problems. The integrated Reasoning uses the graphical data to solve problems like this.

An onscreen calculator is provided for this section.

Quantitative Reasoning Section:

The GMAT Quantitative Reasoning Section measures your ability to reason quantitatively. Elementary math concepts like algebra, arithmetic, geometry, statistics and data analysis are used to solve the questions of this section in a given time frame. Two types of questions; Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency are asked in this section.

Verbal Reasoning Section:

The GMAT verbal section tests your ability to read and understand written English and your reasoning ability to evaluate arguments. Three type of questions are asked in the Verbal Reasoning Section :

1.Reading Comprehension
2.Critical Reasoning
3.Sentence Correction.


There are five different scores that you receive including the total score.

  1. Math score reported on a scale from 0 to 60.
  2. Verbal score reported on a scale from 0 to 60.
  3. Total score reported on a scale from 200 to 800, in ten point increments.
  4. Analytical Writing Score reported on a scale from 0 to 6 in half point increments
  5. Integrated Reasoning score reported on a scale from 1 to 8, in one point increments

The total GMAT score (200 to 800) is based on Math and Verbal sections only and it depends upon the number of correct answer and the level of difficulty of each question. For more information visit

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