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Course Overview

Graduate Management Admissions Test-GMAT was designed to serve as an interface between business schools and management education aspirants with different career backgrounds. GMAT test is designed by Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) and administered by Pearson VUE all over the globe.

GMAT is a computer adaptive test (CAT) that selects the present question from a pool of questions as per your response to the previous question. GMAT test is designed to prepare you to the world of business and management. The test majorly focuses on measuring your comprehension, critical reasoning, logical reasoning, quantitative reasoning, analytical writing and command over Standard English conventions.

 GMAT TEST FORMAT

SECTION

TIME (MINUTES)

NUMBER OF QUESTIONS

SCORE

ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT

ANALYSIS OF ARGUMENT

30 MINUTES

1 TOPIC

0-6

INTEGRATED REASONING

30 MINUTES

12

1-8

QUANTITATIVE REASONING

62 MINUTES

31

0-60

VERBAL REASONING

65 MINUTES

36

0-60

TOTAL TIME excluding breaks

3 hours, 7 minutes

TOTAL SCORE

200-800

         

 

GMAT TEST SECTIONS

 On the day of the GMAT test, you may choose one of the following sections’ orders

  • AWA, IR, Quantitative, Verbal 
  • Quantitative, Verbal, IR, AWA
  • Verbal, Quantitative, IR, AWA
  • ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT (AWA)

The AWA Section of GMAT exam requires you to examine a flawed argument and present the most important flaws in a coherent essay. This section aims to measure your ability to think critically and to express your ideas with transparency.

  • INTEGRATED REASONING

The Integrated Reasoning Section of GMAT test is meant to test your business acumen via 12 questions set up as mini case-studies. You have access to a calculator for this task, as most of the questions will require quantitative skills, data interpretation, and data analysis.

Even though there is an online calculator available for this section, the computation level of the Integrated Reasoning and the Quantitative Reasoning sections remains the same. This section of GMAT test is not computer-adaptive and it measures your reasoning skills across four different response formats:

  1. Section 1: AWA: Analysis of Writing Assessment: 30 minutes: 1 essay – Analysis of an Argument. The AWA assignment is graded on a 0-6 scale in 0.5 increments, a score that is not incorporated into the 800 score of the test.
  2. Section 2: IR: Integrated Reasoning:30 minutes: 12 Questions in the form of texts, tables, or graphs which tests the test taker’s ability to read, understand, and interpret information rapidly, facilitated by access to an online calculator. The IR score is graded on a scale of 0-8 in 1 point increments, a score that is not incorporated into the 800 score and is reported independently.
  • Section 3: Quantitative:75 minutes: 37 Questions of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Quantitative scores run on a scaled score range of 0 to 60, with a 51 scaling a 98 percentile.
  1. Section 4: Verbal: 75 minutes: 41 Questions of critical thinking, reading comprehension, and sentence correction. Verbal score run on a scaled score range of 0 to 60, with a 45 scaling a 99 percentile.

 GMAT TEST SCORING

Since the test is computer-adaptive, the GMAT score depends on the level at which you complete the test – harder the level of difficulty, better the score. Quantitative and verbal reasoning sections report a raw score for each section from 0 to 60 and a combined score from 200 to 800 with 10 point increment. The integrated reasoning section reports a score from 1 to 8 with 1 point increment and the score is based on the number of correct responses. Analytical writing assessment is scored twice independently to generate an average score from 0 to 6 with 0.5 increments.

 GMAT SCORE REPORTS

GMAT Unofficial score report – you receive your unofficial score report immediately after you complete the test, the following scores will be reported: quantitative (0-60), verbal (0-60), IR (1-8) and the total score (200-800). GMAT Official score report – within 20 days after the test date, you will receive an email notification to access your official scores from your GMAC account. The official score report includes AWA (0-6), quantitative (0-60), verbal (0-60), IR (1-8), and the total score (200-800).

Course Methodology

All program modules will be tested via practical work-based assignments done by participants through:

  • An interactive hands-on methodology with a special focus on participants’ possible work applications.
  • A wide variety of on-hands tasks and activities that cater to individual differences, preferences, and intelligences.
  • All training audio-visual aids that are professionally and effectively utilized.
  • Technical Applications & Practical Exercises

Course Outline:

GMAT VerbalGMAT (MATH)
1- Introduction to sentence correction:
• Sentence structure
• Parts of a sentence
• Types of Error
• Rhetorical Structure errors
• WORKSHEET
• Subject verb agreement errors
• Parallelism errors
• Modifier errors
• WORKSHEET
• Structure errors
• Miscellaneous errors
• Tense errors
• WORKSHEET
2- Introduction to Critical Reasoning
• Types of questions
• Strengthening the conclusion
• Weakening the Conclusion
• Paradox
• Assumption
• WORKSHEET
• Case study questions
• Completing the Logic
• Conclusion vs. Inference
• Bold Font
• WORKSHEET
3- Introduction to Reading Comprehension
• Basic strategies
• Most common question types
• Practical teaching
• Advanced strategies and tricks
• WORKSHEET
4- Analysis of Writing Assessment (AWA)
5. Integrated Reasoning (IR)
1- Arithmetic:
• Properties of Integers
• Fractions
• Decimals
• Real numbers
• Ratio and Properties
• Percents
• Powers and Roots of Numbers
• Descriptive Statistics
• Sets
• Counting Methods
• Discrete Probability
2- Algebra:
• Simplification of Algebraic expressions
• Equations
• Solving Linear Equation with one unknown
• Solving Two Linear equation with Two Unknowns
• Solving Equation by factoring
• Solving Quadratic Equations
• Exponents
• Inequalities
• Absolute Values
• Functions
3- Geometry:
• Lines
• Intersecting Lines and Angles
• Perpendicular Lines
• Polygons
• Triangles
• Quadrilaterals
• Circles
• Rectangular Solids and Cylinders
• Coordinate Geometry
4- Word Problems:
• Rate Problems
• Work Problems
• Mixtures Problems
• Interest Problems
• Discounts
• Profits
• Sets
• Geometry Problems
• Measurements Problems
• Data Interpretation
• PENDING TOPICS/ PROBLEM SOLVING/ REVIEW

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