By Jyothi Swaroop Makena

24th July, 2023

The GMAT, also known as Graduate Management Admission Test, is a computer-adaptive test that assesses the candidates’ analytical writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in standard written English.

The GMAT pattern comprises four sections: – Analytical Writing – Integrated Reasoning – Quantitative Reasoning – Verbal Reasoning

This section assesses the candidate's ability to think critically and communicate their ideas. The candidate is required to analyse a given argument and write a critique of it. The topics are usually of general interest.

This section requires candidates to analyse and evaluate information presented in different formats. The questions in this section will test your quantitative and verbal skills.

– Algebra: inequalities, equations, functions, exponents, and absolute value – Geometry: circles, lines and angles, solids, coordinate geometry and polygons – Arithmetic: ratio and proportion, fractions, decimals, percentages, discrete probability counting methods, and sets.

It is the most widely accepted exam for MBA admissions worldwide. No other exam has as wide acceptability as GMAT, as per the GMAC, globally 9 out of 10 MBA enrollments are made through GMAT Score. Further, 2,400+ schools accept GMAT Scores for giving admission.