Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT)
Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is the main organizing body that organizes the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT).
Candidate can register for GMAT just after 16 days of appearing in the exam & can give the exam five times in a year. It is an international level entrance exam which is held round the year.
Candidates have to be very careful during the selection of the date and day of examination. He/ She should register and choose a date in such a way that he should get ample time for the preparation.
GMAT score is also considered by most of the B-schools for management programmes. Aspirants who are interested to pursue MBA or other Post Graduate programme in management can fill their form by visiting the official website of GMAT.
GMAT is the most acceptable entrance exam for PG courses in management all over the world, almost all global admissions accept GMAT scores.
The patter of exam and syllabus of GMAT is same as most of the other entrance test conducted in India for management programmes, It has four sections where the questions were asked since GMAT is a computer adaptive exam its algorithm choose the questions on the basis of candidates ability from easy to difficult. If a candidate is giving a true answer for all question easy questions than the computer algorithm increases the difficulty level for better judgment.
The content of the GMAT is divided into four sections, two of which are scored separately and two are also scored separately but combined later to generate a composite score.
- Analytical Writing Assessment
- Integrated Reasoning
- Quantitative Aptitude
- Verbal Reasoning
|1||Analytical Writing Assessment||30 minutes||One Topic|
|2||Integrated Reasoning||30 minutes||12 Questions|
|3||Quantitative Aptitude||62 minutes||31 Questions|
|4||Verbal Reasoning||65 minutes||36 Questions|
- Age: – Any candidate who has attained the age of 18 years can apply for GMAT exam; there is no maximum age bar for appearing in GMAT.
- Basic Qualification: – Candidate who is pursuing (final year) or has completed a bachelor’s degree from a recognized university or institutes of state or central government.
- Appearing Aspirants: – Appearing Aspirants can also apply if they have cleared their final year exam or semester six months before the registration.
A candidate can register any time round the year by visiting the official website www.gmat.com steps of registration are consist of creating and login id and then registration.
- Creating a login id: – a candidate has to create his account on the website of GMAT. He needs a valid email id and phone number to receive OTP during creating an account. After entering the name and email id candidate has to choose the password of his choice.
- Registration: – After logging in candidate has to fill his personal details, his academic or work details.
- Verify the entered details, if there is any correction required he/she must do the correction before final submission.
- Choose a suitable date and examination center according to your convenience.
- Take a suitable time slot.
- Pay the fee for registration.
- Take out print for your reference.
GMAT is a kind of exam that can be taken round the year. A candidate who wishes to appear in this exam can register any time during the year. He/she can appear five times in a year based on his preparation and suitability of time. This GMAT is conducted in 17 centers across the country.
Fee for registration for GMAT – $250 (Rs.17700/- in Indian currency)
Fee can be paid using credit/Debit card or net banking.