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About GMAT Exam 2014
Following we have provided a small description about GMAT Exam for those who have no idea about this exam and are curious to know about it.
The GMAT Exam which is popularly known as Graduate Management Admission Test is a computer adaptive test that calculates Mathematical, Oral and Analytical writing skills. The test is planned to help graduate management programs measure the qualifications of candidates for progressive study in management and business. The Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT 2014) is required for admission to an MBA programme or a business linked field for example finance. More than 4,800 programmes accessible by more than 1,500 institutes in 83 nations use the GMAT as part of the assortment criteria for their programmes.
The GMAT test is advanced and managed by the US founded Pearson VUE under the track of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a non-profit association of graduate business colleges international. For the conduct of the test, Pearson VUE has selected testing hubs in over 100 nations. GMAT scores are by default referred to 5 Business colleges of your choice within 20 days after your test.
In June 2012, the GMAT exam will announce a groundbreaking unit, in count to the previous GMAT syllabus, planned to measure test taker’s aptitude to assess information accessible in new formats and from numerous sources. The Integrated Reasoning score will deliver a new data point for colleges to distinguish among applicants.
GMAT Exam 2014 Eligibility
Applicants with bachelor degree from a renowned university can appear for GMAT test.
Anyone can appear for GMAT exam with no limit of age condition, but if Applicants below 18 years of age necessity to submit a written form duly sign up by their parents or guardian.
The marks which are recorded in GMAT are lawful for 5 years of duration
GMAT Exam 2014 Pattern
The GMAT paper test comprises of 4 separately timed segments. The GMAT exam consists of 3 main parts which are, Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative segment and Verbal segment. The GMAT tests your ultimate skills and does not need any subject precise academic study.
The Quantitative segment has 2 kinds of questions: Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. There are a total of 37 questions in this segment with a time limit of 75 minutes.
The Verbal Segment has 3 kinds of questions: Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction and Reading Comprehension. There are a total of 41 questions in this segment with a time limit of 75 minutes.
The Analytical writing segment comprises of two short theses to be written in 30 minutes each one. The first is the Analysis of an Issue, in which you need to examine the issue available and explain your views on it. The second essay is Analysis of a Dispute, in which a given argument has to be critically analyzed and assessed. For both the essays, the stress is on the "Analytical" part, and not on the "Writing" part. The total test duration is nearby 4 hours.
GMAT Exam 2014 Syllabus
Integrated Reasoning Section
GMAT 2014 Application Process
To plan your GMAT Exam date and center By Telephone in India, Kindly call 01204397830, on Monday to Friday, at 9:00 am to 6:00 pm Indian Standard Time.
To list for the GMAT exam by email or Fax, the candidate must complete the form accessible here.
Candidates in India can use this fax number to fax in the occupied application forms: +603 8319 1092. If you wish to Postal your form, please direct your finalized form to: Pearson VUE, Attention: GMAT Program, PO Box 581907, Minneapolis, MN 55458-1907, USA.
For more information on GMAT 2014 Registration and Application Form, kindly refer official website of GMAT Exam
GMAT 2014 Exam Dates
The important exam date of GMAT 2014 is not yet declared by the Official Admin of GMAT. You can subscribe your email address to receive latest news regarding GMAT 2014.