Quality graduate business programs rely on the GMAT to make admissions decisions. There are several reasons of taking the GMAT for students’ success and their career. The GMAT exam is the test of choice among students worldwide that the schools trust and prefer the exam which gives the students confidence to succeed in the classroom. Besides it, employers demand and give value on the GMAT exam.
For each of the four exam sections, a separate scaled score and percentile rank are awarded. A combined Quantitative/Verbal score (called a Total score) and corresponding percentile rank are also awarded. The GMAT is not a pass/fail test. The GMAT test consists of four sections, and you'll receive a separate score for each. The Quantitative and Verbal sections contribute to the most important score, called the Total Score, which is on a range from 200 to 800.
Section Time Format
Analytical Writing Assessment 30 min 1 essay
Integrated Reasoning 30 min 12 questions
Quantitative 75 min 37 questions
Verbal 75 min 41 questions
Every GMAT test taker is awarded five scaled scores:
Each graduate business school develops and implements its own policy concerning the use of GMAT scores in making admissions decisions. Many schools screen applicants by combining GMAT scores and undergraduate GPA (each school determining for itself their relative weight), then ranking all applicants in their initial pool accordingly.