GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) is a trademark of GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council). GMAT exam is a computer adaptive test, conducted for the students or working professionals who wanted to pursue the Master’s degree in MBA at international universities and educational institutions. The GMAT syllabus is not very vast to cover, it requires accuracy to attempt more question and obtain maximum GMAT score. An applicant takes this exam all the year round, as there is no specified date on which the exams could be assigned.
The GMAT test contents mainly four sections:
- Analytical Writing Assessment
- Integrated reasoning
- Quantitative aptitude
- Verbal Reasoning
Section 1: AWA(Analytical Writing Assessment)
Section 2: Integrated Reasoning (IR)
Section 3: Quantitative Aptitude(QA)
Section 4: Verbal Aptitude (VA)
Quantitative Aptitude and Verbal Reasoning are the game changers. If you are stronger in these two subjects then your chances of scoring more than 700 is solidified. The GMAT exam syllabus have some common topics with other competitive exams.
Analytical Writing Assessment: This is the essay section, where you need to write single essay of 200-300 words on the topics provided by GMAC.
Integrated reasoning: The elementary level reasoning questions you’ll be asked to solve from Data interpretation.
Quantitative aptitude: Simple way to explain this section is MATHS. 8-10th standard mathematics concept will be applicable to solve this section. Difficulty level will not be more than school level Maths.
Verbal Reasoning: It is English. You don’t have to mug up lots of words. The words generally used are moderate. To infer what the author is saying from these moderate words is difficult. This is the only relatively challenging section of Indians.