Graduate Management Admission Test is an admission test to MBA schools across length and breadth of the U.S.A. and to some top MBA schools of India, New Zealand, Germany, and others. GMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test. It is a standardized test and offers tough competition to a test taker.
GMAT at Edwise Foundation
Today, Edwise Foundation is a name to reckon with in the realm of GMAT preparation. We offer the most comprehensive training on the course with innovative methods that address the ever changing landscape of the test.
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Edwise Foundation, certified by American International Council (AIRC) and recognized as an ICEF Agency, offers one of the most effective & dynamic test preparation classes. The higher scores will help you to get accepted into elite universities with higher amounts of scholarships including full ride and full tuition waivers.
GMAT Key Information
The GMAT measures your skills that are highly important business and management programs at the graduate level. These include analytical writing and problem-solving abilities, along with the data sufficiency, logic and critical reasoning skills. The business schools and programs use the GMAT to compare candidates as a common measure. The GMAT scores play a major role when it comes to getting into competitive business programs.
The GMAT Test Contents
The GMAT is computer adaptive meaning you are given each question based on your ability level. It measures your verbal, mathematical, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing skills that you have developed over the years.
The test has 4 sections:
- Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA, 0-6): Measures reasoning and construction of a written analysis.
- Integrated Reasoning (IR, 1-8): Measures the ability to analyze and synthesize data from multiple sources and in different formats to solve complex problems.
- Quantitative (0-60): Measures the ability to reason quantitatively and discern how much data are needed to solve problems.
- Verbal (0-60): Measures the ability to analyze texts, draw inferences, and convey meaning effectively in English.
The GMAT Total score (200-800) is based on performance on the Quantitative and Verbal sections. The scores are valid for 5 years.