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# GMAT format change

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24 Aug 2010, 10:31
Hi,
The latest news is that the GMAT format would be changing in June 2012 with a new integrated reasoning section being added to it.Should I take the GMAT before the changes are made or after 2012?What do u suggest?

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25 Aug 2010, 02:38
Thanks for information. let me check
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25 Aug 2010, 09:37
Typically, scores tend to dip a little after a test format change. Since scores are valid for 5 years, I would recommend preparing for and taking the test prior to the change. Here's a good article about the GMAT format change: http://articles.chicagotribune.com/2010 ... est-change

Also, check out the Veritas blog for our take on the change: http://blog.veritasprep.com/2010/06/new ... -take.html
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25 Feb 2012, 17:51
Hi Team GMAC,

I need help regarding few questions I have on the new GMAT format based scoring.

My situation is that I don't think I would be able to appear for gmat before the format changes.

Why & How does the score (200-800) dip after the new format change??

1. How would the scores for verbal & quant (200-800) be affected by this change of new format?
2. How much does the independent score of new Integrated Reasoning matters in the over GMAT score?
3. When can we expect to get online books/materials/coaching available for preparation for the new IR section in the market?

Thanks so much,
Arin
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