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About the GMAT

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) develops and administers the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) to measure candidates’ preparedness for graduate-level academic work. It is a standardized exam required for admission into most MBA or graduates school business programs. In addition, the exam is computer-based and computer adaptive, and you can choose to take the exam at a test center or online.

Your GMAT score is one of the considerations made by the business school admission committees alongside academic records and work experience. Therefore, you must prepare and get a high score on your GMAT.

What does the GMAT test?

The GMAT exam tests your critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Additionally, you should understand basic arithmetic, algebra, data analysis, geometry, grammar, and communication.


What are the four components of the GMAT exam?

Four test sections generate your combined total score. You can choose to take the sections after your computer tutorial at the test center. The options you can choose from are;

  1. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Integrated Reasoning (IR), Quantitative, Verbal
  2. Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning (IR), Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
  3. Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning (IR), Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
  4. Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)

The analytical writing assessment is the essay section that tests your writing skills. The essay is scored separately from 0 to 6 in half-point increments and is not part of your 200-to-800-point score. Your essay score is the average of two scores; by a computer grading system and a human grader. However, if there is a significant difference in the scores, another human grader reads and gives the final score.

Your writing task involves critiquing an author’s argument by analyzing their evidence and reasoning. The section takes 30 minutes to complete. You should clearly identify and analyze parts of the argument, thoughtfully and logically organize your ideas. Additionally, you should be insightful and show clear transitions between your statements.

Integrated Reasoning (IR)

The Integrated Reasoning section tests how well you can analyze and interpret data and information presented in different formats. The section takes 30 minutes to complete. Integrated reasoning is scored separately, with scores ranging from 1 to 8 in one-point increments. In addition, it is not part of your 200–800-point score.
Integrated Reasoning section has 12 questions in different formats, including;

  1. Multi-source reasoning questions
  2. Two-part analysis questions
  3. Graphics interpretation questions
  4. Table analysis questions

Quantitative Reasoning

The quantitative reasoning section tests your numerical literacy and mathematical abilities such as arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. It takes 62 minutes to complete and includes 31 questions in total. There are two types of questions;

Data Sufficiency

These consist of a question and two statements of data. You should identify the statement providing relevant information to answer the question and eliminate the other answer choices. There are 14 to 15 data sufficiency questions in every quantitative section.


Problem-solving questions include a question section and five possible answers to choose from. The standardized questions require algebra, geometry, and critical thinking skills.

Verbal Reasoning

The verbal section tests your reading and comprehension skills, editing ability, and analyzing written arguments. The section consists of 36 questions and takes 65 minutes to complete. The various types of questions in this section include;

A. Reading Comprehension
Reading comprehension questions test your critical reading skills, such as summarising the main concept, differentiating between stated and implied ideas, making interpretations based on the information given, deducing the authors’ tone and attitude, and analyzing the logical structure.

The question consists of a passage on a business, social science, biological science, or physical science-related topic, and questions test your text comprehension.

B. Critical Reasoning
These questions include a short argument or statements and a question relating to them. The questions test your skills in making and evaluating arguments and formulating an action plan. You should understand the structure of arguments and logically analyze relationships between evidence and conclusions.

C. Sentence Correction
This section will have long sentences consisting of an underlined part or sentence. Your task is to find the best version of the underlined section from the original or one of the four choices given. The sentence may be correct or contain several errors.

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