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The Graduate Management Admissions Test, GMAT*, is a three and a half hour computerized standardized test used by business school admissions departments to determine acceptance to their program. The GMAT consists of a quantitative section, a verbal section, and an analytical writing section. The computer test is given year-round, with test times throughout the day at a local testing center.
The GMAT is only given on the computer, and is adaptive to your responses: It chooses the level of difficulty of upcoming questions based on your performance on previous questions. The more questions you answer correctly, the more difficult the questions become; likewise, if you answer questions incorrectly, the questions you receive are easier. This also affects score!
The GMAT format is as follows:
1. Analysis of an issue 30 min
2. Analysis of an argument 30 min
3. Quantitative (37 questions) 75 min
4. Verbal (41 questions) 75 min
Both the quantatative and verbal sections have separate weighted scores, between 20 and 60. Typically, scores don’t exceed 47 (verbal) and 51 (quantitative). These scores are then combined for a single score between 200 and 800. The written section receives one scaled score between 2 and 6, with 6 as the highest score.
Summer 2012 the GMAT is changing!
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