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If you're set on making your mark on the business world, you'll have to conquer the GMAT first. Here's a brief overview of the test.
What is the GMAT and why is it important?
The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer–adaptive test (CAT) required by most business schools. If you want to get accepted to a competitive school, your GMAT score is very important.
In addition to your GMAT score, schools consider the extent and caliber of your work experience (again, especially for more competitive programs), undergraduate GPA, letters of recommendation, interview and essays. Be sure to contact the specific programs to which you are applying in order to determine their unique requirements.
What specifically does the GMAT test?
The GMAT is comprised of four sections: an Analytical Writing Assessment section, an Integrated Reasoning section, a Quantitative Section and a Verbal Section.
GMAT Test Dates: Any Day all Year Long, Minus Holidays
GMAT Length: 3 hours, 30 minutes
- Analytic Writing
GMAT Cost: $250
Total GMAT Score: 800
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