The GMAT is scored on a 200-800 scale. You’ll receive scores for each of the four sections. The Verbal and Quantitative sections are scored from 0-60. The Integrated Reasoning section is scored 1-8. The Analytical Writing section is score from 0-6. Read More >
To do your best on the GMAT, research shows that you’re likely to need to study about 100-120 hours in the 2-3 months leading up to the test. How do you know how to spend that time? Preparing for the GMAT will likely be keeping you quite busy for a few months, which is not an easy prospect when you’re likely busy with other schoolwork or a job. Read More >
The GMAT is a computer adaptive test. This means that you will be taking it on a computer and it will generate questions based on how well you are doing. Find out how this effect your score. Read More >
On the GMAT, the Verbal and Quantitative sections are scored on a scale of 0–60. The Integrated Reasoning section is scored from 1-8, and the Essay is scored from 0-6. You will get an overall GMAT score in the range of 200-800.
In each GMAT Verbal section, practice questions are broken down into Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension question types. There are approximately 41 questions to complete in 75 minutes. Learn more >
On the GMAT Math (or Quantitative) section you will be tested on your analytical knowledge of basic math concepts, including arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. You will have 75 minutes to work on the Quantitative section. The 37 questions in the section will be an assortment of Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving items. Learn more >
The GMAT Integrated Reasoning section is designed to test your complex reasoning. You will have 30 minutes to answer 12 questions. The questions require you to solve complex problems using data from multiple sources. Learn More >
GMAT Prep Courses
Allow yourself at least 100-120 hours of preparation time. Even though you’re capable of doing anything you set your mind to, you have to do the work first. This is a very difficult exam. Take enough time to practice, prepare, and build confidence for Test Day.
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