kaplan-gmatThe Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) measures verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills. The GMAT is used by graduate schools of business to assess the qualifications of applicants to graduate management programs. The GMAT is among the factors that will determine admission to business school. Admission committees may also consider information such as undergraduate point average, work or internship experience, an application essay describing your career goals and references.

The GMAT is designed to predict how well you will perform in the first year of a graduate management program. It is now CAT or computer-adaptive test which means that each time you answer a question, the computer adjusts to your responses when determining which question to present next. The computer will continue presenting questions based on your responses, with the goal of determining your ability level.
The GMAT consists of essay responses to two analytical writing questions (60 mins.), a verbal section (75 mins.), and a quantitative section (75 mins.). You will key in the answers to the two essay questions first, then proceed to the remaining sections – all-in-all approximately 4 hours.

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