The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a Standardized test that measures verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills. It is intended to help the graduate schools of business assess the potential of applicants for advanced study in business and management.
Nearly 900 management institutes all over the world (almost all of them in the US) require GMAT scores from each applicant for admission to the MBA program.
The GMAT tests the fundamental skills – Reasoning and Comprehension included – and does not require any subject-specific theoretical study.
The entrance test is conducted for the following course:
> The GMAT test measures basic verbal, mathematical, and analytical writing skills of the candidates. .
> Your performance on previous questions determines which questions come next.
> For taking the GMAT Test as such there is no minimum educational qualification requirement prescribed by the testing authority GMAC.
> The GMAT exam is delivered year-round and on demand in test centers around the world.
> Most students accepted to top schools score 700 or higher on the GMAT.
> Official GMA score results are kept on file for 20 years. Most schools accept scores no older than five years. However, score reports for tests taken up to 20 years ago are still available.