GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) 

The GMAT exam is comprised of the following four sections:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment - The AWA is formulated to measure your ability to analyse critically and put your own ideas forward. In this section, you are asked to analyze the reasoning behind a given argument and write a critique of the same.
  • Integrated Reasoning - The IR section analyzes you on the basis of your proficiency in Data Interpretation, i.e., evaluating and understanding of data presented to you in multiple formats from multiple sources. It carries problems from the following sub-parts:
    • Multi-Source Reasoning
    • Graphics Interpretation
    • Two-Part Analysis
    • Table Analysis
  • Quantitative - Comprised of questions related to Secondary school Mathematics classes, the quatitative section measures measures your ability to analyze data and draw conclusions using reasoning skills. 
    • Problem Solving (PS)
    • Data Sufficiency (DS)
  • Verbal - This section mainly evaluates one's reading and understanding of the given written material. Candidates are also required to evaluate arguments and correct written material according to the standard written English.
    • Reading Comprehension (RC)
    • Critical Reasoning (CR)
    • Sentence Correction (SC)

At the test center, just before your exam begins, you can select the order in which you want to complete the sections.

There is no “correct” or “recommended” section order to select. This choice simply gives you more control and flexibility to take the GMAT exam based on your strengths and testing preferences.

Start Date End Date Days Time
6th January 2020 1st April 2020 5/week 120 minutes
15th June 2020 11th September 2020 5/week 120 minutes

What does this Batch Offer:

  • Improving Problem-solving and Reasoning skills through intense practice sessions
  • Intensive classroom Training for Verbal, Analytical and Quantitative sections
  • Individual student attention
  • Hundreds of Practise questions
  • Approaching Mathematical concepts in a more student-friendly way