Graduate Management Admission Test

four Section of GMAt

Analysis of an Argument (AWA)

The test-taker’s ability to formulate an appropriate and constructive critique of a specific conclusion based on a specific line of thinking. A specific knowledge of the essay topic is not necessary; only the capacity to write analytically is assessed.

Duration: 30 minute

Score Range: 0 to 6 half point interval. This score not included with Quantitative and Verbal Score 800.

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The Integrated Reasoning (IR)

Test takers ability to analyze and synthesize data in different formats from multiple sources.

Duration: 30 minute

Number of Questions: Consists of 12 questions covering four question types Multi-Source Reasoning, Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, and Table Analysis

Score Range:Scores range from 1-8 in single-digit intervals.This score not included with Quantitative and Verbal Score 800.

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Verbal

The Verbal section allows candidates to showcase their verbal abilities

Duration: 65 minute

Number of Questions: 41 questions comprised of reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction.

Score Range:Verbal scores range from 0 to 60. Scores below nine and above 44 for the Verbal section are rare.The Verbal score is included as part of the Total GMAT Score.

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Quantitative

The Quantitative section highlights data analysis and reasoning skills.it Measures:The test taker’s ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data. Understand problems involving arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry concepts. Evaluate the amount of information needed to solve quantitative problems.

Duration: 62 minute

Number of Questions: Consists of 31 questions on Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving.

Score Range:Quantitative scores range from 0 to 60. Scores below 7 and above 50 for the Quantitative section are rare.The Quantitative score is included as part of the Total GMAT Score

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GMAT Test Section

No. of Questions

Question Types

Timing

Analytical Writing Assessment

1 Topic

Analysis of Argument

30 Minutes

Integrated Reasoning

12 Questions

Multi-Source Reasoning
Graphics Interpretation
Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis

30 Minutes

Quantitative

31 Questions

Data Sufficiency
Problem Solving

62 Minutes

Verbal

36 Questions

Reading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction

66 Minutes

Total Exam Time

187 minutes

Quantitative Sections

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Verbal Section

Reading comprehension

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

critical reasoning

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Sentence Correction

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

integrating Section

multi sourse Reasonig

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Graphic interpretation

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

two-part Analysis

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

table Analisis

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

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Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple

Number Property

  1. Unit Digit
  2. Odd & even
  3. Integers
  4. Prime Number
  5. Factor & Multiple