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GMAT Exam Pattern

Section Task / Number of Questions Duration Question Type
Analytical Writing 1 Essay – Analysis of an Argument 30 minutes Analysis of an Argument
Integrated Reasoning 12 30 minutes Multi Source Reasoning
Quantitative Aptitude 37 with sections on Data Sufficiency & Problem Solving 75 minutes Graphics Interpretation
Verbal Reasoning 41 with sections on Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction 75 minutes 2 – Two Part Analysis Table Analysis

Total score

The total GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800 and measures performance on the quantitative and verbal sections together (performance on the AWA and IR sections do not count toward the total score, those sections are scored separately). Scores are given in increments of 10 (e.g. 540, 550, 560, 570, etc.). From the most recent data released by Graduate Management Aptitude Council (GMAC), the average GMAT score of all test takers is about a 540. Business schools place their emphasis on the test taker's combined quantitative and verbal score because it is this score that gets reported when the schools publish their class profiles of the students they admit into their program. The higher the school's average GMAT score is, the more selective that school is said to be.

All scores and cancellations in the past five years will be on a student's score report, a change from the previous policy of the last three scores and cancellations being kept on the score report.

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