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Graduate Management Admission Test

Last updated: Nov 20, 2021

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announcement What is GMAT Exam?

The GMAT exam is an international entrance exam for getting admissions to management courses in overseas B-schools and management colleges. The GMAT test is conducted to give admissions to various MBA/PGDM courses in the partnering management institutes across the globe. The GMAT exam assesses the candidates’ analytical writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in standard written English that are required for management courses.

GMAC

  • The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is an international independent body for MBA/PGDM admissions in colleges across the globe; 
  • The GMAC is a non profit organization formed by the collaboration of various management colleges across the globe and was founded in 1953. 
  • The GMAC conducts GMAT exam every year for students to get entrance into MBA/PGDM programs in India and other countries

Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT)

  • The GMAT exam is an international level entrance exam for getting admissions to different MBA/PGDM courses across India and other countries 
  • The candidates who qualify GMAT exam can get admission to the different business schools and participating management institutes with GMAC across the world

Level

International/National

Frequency

5-times a year

Mode

Computer Based (Online) and Remote Proctored Exam from Home 

Language

  English

Course

  MBA, PGDM

Significance

  Mandatory for entry into MBA/PGDM programs

Examination Fee

$250

Marking Scheme

  Negative marking

Age Limit

  No

Note: There is Negative Marking for the wrong answers. 0.25 marks will be deducted for each wrong answer

Eligibility

  • The aspiring students who have completed their graduation degree in any stream with 50% aggregate marks from the recognised university are eligible to apply for the GMAT exam.  
  • The candidates who are in the final year of bachelor’s degree can also apply to the GMAT exam. The minimum age criteria required for applying for the GMAT exam is 21 years. 
  • The maximum Number of Attempts is 8 for the GMAT Exam.

Exam Format and Syllabus

  • The GMAT exam is conducted by computer based (Online) mode and remote based proctored exam (online) from home. 
  • The students are required to visit the specific exam centres in case of computer based (online) mode. While the students can give from their home in remote based proctored (online) mode 

The duration of the exam is 3.30 hours or 210 minutes. The GMAT exam paper will have 90 multiple choice questions (MCQs), that is divided into 4 major sections of:

  • Analytical Writing
  • Quantitative Aptitude
  • Verbal Reasoning
  • Integrated Reasoning

Centres for GMAT Exam

Ahmadabad 

Gurgaon

Manipal

Pune

Bangalore

Guwahati

Mohali

Ranchi

Bhubaneshwar

Hyderabad

Nagpur

Tiruchirappalli

Chennai

Jaipur

Patiala

Vijayawada

Coimbatore

Kolkata

Patna

Visakhapatnam

Lucknow

International Exam Centres for GMAT Exam

Country

Location

Nepal

Kathmandu

Bangladesh

Dhaka

Sri Lanka

Colombo

Bhutan

Thimphu

What’s New in the GMAT Exam?

  1. The sectional time limit for each section has been revised
  2. The candidates can choose the order of answering the sections
  3. The candidates will not be able to review the answers. 
  4. Time saved in answering questions of one section cannot be carried over to the next section
  5. The GMAT exam is now conducted in remote based proctored exam from home

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