GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Test is a world renowned admission test required to be given by the candidates desirous of taking admission to graduate management programs at management education institutions throughout the world. The GMAT is designed to help graduate schools of business assess the qualifications of applicant for advanced study in business and management. GMAT scores are used by more than 3000 graduate management programs throughout the World.


The GMAT test measures general verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing skills that are developed over a long period of time and are associated with academic success in the core courses of graduate management programs. From June 5th, 2012, GMAT now has a new specific content areas, nor does it measure achievement in any particular subject area


The following sections will compose the Next Generation GMAT test:

Sections Questions Time
Analytical Writing Assessment (Analysis of an argument) 1 30 minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 30 minutes
Optional Break
Quantitative 31 62 minutes
Optional Break
Verbal 36 65 minutes
Total Duration About 4 hours inclusive break & tutorial.
    • Essays are scored on a scale of 0 – 6 in 0.5 increments.
    • Integrated Reasoning section is scored on a scale of 1 – 8 in 1 point increment.
    • Quantitative section is scored on a scale of 0 – 60 in 1 point increment.
    • Verbal section is scored on a scale of 0 – 60 in 1 point increment.
    • Scaled scores of Quantitative and Verbal sections are added to create a score on the scale of 200 – 800 in 10 points.
  • Increment. 650+ score is considered good score.

Overall score is a mark out of 90. The good score of 65 which is a good indication of your English language ability in real-life academic situations:

Score Validity 5 years
Test Fee $275
Nature of Test Computer Based Test
Test Administration Frequency On fixed date.