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What is GMAT? How do you structure the GMAT?

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The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test designed to assess students' ability and ability to apply for a master's degree in business administration. Specifically, GMAT assesses language proficiency, numeracy, and analytical writing skills that you acquire in your studies and work experience.

Note GMAT does not assess your knowledge of business, occupational skills, skills in any particular area.
If you do not know the structure of the post, then the GMAT is the answer, the GMAT test has 4 parts total time is 3h30 minutes.

Analytical Writing Assessment: 30 minutes, including 1 topic. Evaluate critical analysis capabilities.
Intergrated Reasoning: 30 minutes, including 12 questions about: multi-source logic, graphical interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis.
Quantitative part: 75 minutes, including 37 questions. Assessment of mathematical abilities, quantitative reasoning skills, decomposing and figurative data.
Verbal section: 75 minutes, including 41 questions. Assess reading skills, assessing and correcting text in accordance with English language standards and the meaning of the article.
This is a preliminary article to help you understand what the GMAT is and how it is structured. You follow the other posts in more depth at VATC nhé. You can also learn and take the GMAT course at VATC.
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phuongdv wrote:
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test designed to assess students' ability and ability to apply for a master's degree in business administration. Specifically, GMAT assesses language proficiency, numeracy, and analytical writing skills that you acquire in your studies and work experience.

Note GMAT does not assess your knowledge of business, occupational skills, skills in any particular area.
If you do not know the structure of the post, then the GMAT is the answer, the GMAT test has 4 parts total time is 3h30 minutes.

Analytical Writing Assessment: 30 minutes, including 1 topic. Evaluate critical analysis capabilities.
Intergrated Reasoning: 30 minutes, including 12 questions about: multi-source logic, graphical interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis.
Quantitative part: 75 minutes, including 37 questions. Assessment of mathematical abilities, quantitative reasoning skills, decomposing and figurative data.
Verbal section: 75 minutes, including 41 questions. Assess reading skills, assessing and correcting text in accordance with English language standards and the meaning of the article.
This is a preliminary article to help you understand what the GMAT is and how it is structured. You follow the other posts in more depth at VATC nhé. You can also learn and take the GMAT course at VATC.


Hello Friend.... The info is good ...... but there is a little change at present :

Quantitative part: 62 minutes, including 31 questions.
Verbal section: 65 minutes, including 36 questions.
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phuongdv wrote:
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test designed to assess students' ability and ability to apply for a master's degree in business administration. Specifically, GMAT assesses language proficiency, numeracy, and analytical writing skills that you acquire in your studies and work experience.

Note GMAT does not assess your knowledge of business, occupational skills, skills in any particular area.
If you do not know the structure of the post, then the GMAT is the answer, the GMAT test has 4 parts total time is 3h30 minutes.

Analytical Writing Assessment: 30 minutes, including 1 topic. Evaluate critical analysis capabilities.
Intergrated Reasoning: 30 minutes, including 12 questions about: multi-source logic, graphical interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis.
Quantitative part: 75 minutes, including 37 questions. Assessment of mathematical abilities, quantitative reasoning skills, decomposing and figurative data.
Verbal section: 75 minutes, including 41 questions. Assess reading skills, assessing and correcting text in accordance with English language standards and the meaning of the article.
This is a preliminary article to help you understand what the GMAT is and how it is structured. You follow the other posts in more depth at VATC nhé. You can also learn and take the GMAT course at VATC.


Hi,

Thanks for the information, but the pattern of GMAT has changed. Now Quant has 31 questions 62 minutes and Verbal has 36 questions 65 minutes. Most of the students who reach to GMAT club perhaps know what is GMAT and how it works. Looking forward for some strategies from you to tackle GMAT.

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