What is GMAT?
The GMAT is an abbreviation of the Graduate Management Admission Test. The GMAT Exam designed to predict how test taker will perform academically in MBA programs. The GMAT scores are used by the graduate business schools to make admission decisions. It is highly relevant to the types of problems and situations encountered in real business, and have been linked to the qualities needed for leadership success.
GMAT is a registered trademark of the GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council). More than 2,100 universities and institutions use the GMAT Score as part of the selection criteria for their more than 5900 graduate management programs including MBA, Master of Accountancy, and Master of Finance programs.
GMAT is a computer adaptive test. The total duration of the test is 3hr 30min and has four sections such as Quantitative, Analytic Writing, Integrated Reasoning and Verbal. You can take GMAT Exam up to five times a year; each attempt must be at least 16 days apart. The GMAT is administered in standardized test centers in 115 countries around the world.