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tito411990,

Welcome to the journey of GMAT. This brief will give you all the relevant details about the GMAT examination.

The GMAT test is a Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) which tests one’s ability across 4 sections:

• Quantitative

o 31 questions, 62 minutes

o Primarily tests on Problem Solving (PS) and Data Sufficiency (DS)

• Verbal

o 36 questions, 65 minutes

o Primarily tests on Reading Comprehension (RC), Sentence Correction (SC), and Critical Reasoning (CR)

• Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)

o Analytical assessment of 1 topic

o Duration 30 minutes

• Integrated Reasoning (IR)

o 12 questions, 30 minutes

o Primarily tests on Table Analysis, Graphs, Two-part Analysis, and Multi-Source Reasoning

Out of the 4 mentioned sections, quantitative and verbal sections are adaptive in nature – that means your response in any question will determine the difficulty level of the next question. Also, once you marked an answer and moved to the next question, you cannot move back to the previous ones to modify your answer.

At present, one can choose the order of the section(Q-V-IR-AWA

OR V-Q-IR-AWA

OR AWA-IR-Q-V) at which he wants to attempt the question. The choice can be made before the start of the examination.

Added with this, read a brief analysis and the most common questions about the

New GMAT Format.

Now as a 3-months' planning, you should start with the

GMAT Planner Tool - to get an idea of what you actually need to have to achieve your target score. you can follow a module-wise learn and refine strategy afterwards as it is explained:

• Learn the concepts of every section in a time-limit.

o The most important step, which will help you to build the foundation. You can try the <Free Trial of Online Self-Paced Courses> to have an idea about the way things can be done.

• Once the concept learning is done, check the applicability of those concepts in the quizzes, mocks or advanced testing platforms like GMAT Prep.

• Start taking full length mocks once you are done with all the modules of quant and verbal.

o Try the GMAT Prep Mocks to have an idea about the applications of your learning.

If you stick to the above plan, with proper execution, you can definitely achieve and surpass your target score in the GMAT.

Also register for a free session on

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