GMAT

 Leading business schools and management education programmes worldwide recognize the GMAT® as the most effective mark of success.

If you're already on a successful career path then a professional graduate management education will lead to even greater opportunities and GMAT® is the place to start.

With three main parts delivered in English and carried out in test centres around the world, the GMAT® exam measures the verbal, mathematical, and analytical and writing skills and knowledge that you've developed over time. The exam is used by thousands of global graduate programmes and helps admissions officials assess your qualifications for advanced study in business and management. Your scores are good for five years, so you can start your graduate studies now or in the future.

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GMAT® Test Structure & Overview

The GMAT® is a unique test-taking experience that adjusts to your level. Learn more.

Analytical Writing Assessment

One 30 minute analytical writing task - analysis of an argument. Learn more.

Integrated Reasoning

Showcase your highly valued integrated reasoning skills. Learn more.

Quantitative Section

Two types of multiple-choice questions covering Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving.Learn more.

Verbal Section

Multiple choice questions covering reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. Learn more.

Prepare for the GMAT®

Preparing for the GMAT exam is simple. Start early and pace yourself, understand the format, practice sample questions, and review one section at a time. Learn more.

For more information about the GMAT® exam visit www.mba.com

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