GMAT vs. SAT – Facts and Differences

After graduation pupils often head to acquire a master’s degree. For this, they have to write any of the standardized admission tests for pursuing it. Especially for MBA, there is various test organized nationally and internationally.

In the USA,  SAT   is an entrance exam for college readiness The SAT is owned and published by the College Board, a private, for-profit corporation. Usually, students get confound over the tests required for abroad studies to pick up a specialization. We attempted to give a correlation of test which guides you to choose which graduate admission tests are most significant to you.

BASES GMAT SAT
Abbreviation Graduate Management Admission Test Earlier known as Scholastic Assessment Test. Now only SAT
Target Audience Business schools Applicants College Applicants
Accepted  by International Business Schools International colleges
Purposes Evaluating student’s suitability in B-schools Evaluating student’s suitability in college academics
Subjects Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical Skills Writing, Critical Reading, and Mathematics
Duration 3 hours 30 minutes 3 hours 50 minutes
Test contents Analytical writing assessment, Quant, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning Grammar, Usage, Diction, Number and operations; algebra and functions; geometry; statistics, probability, and data analysis, Vocabulary, Critical reading, and sentence-level reading
Scoring 200-800 1600-2400
Cost US$250 (worldwide) $54.50 (plus additional fees if testing outside the United States)
Frequency 5 times per year 7 times per year
Result needed 400-600 800/section (Essay reported separately)

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