GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a computer based test contemplated to assess certain reading skills, verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, like MBA. The GMAT does not determine trade knowledge or skill, nor does it measure agility. According to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the GMAT assesses elucidative writing and problem-solving competencies, while also marking data sufficiency, logic, and critical reasoning expertise that it consider to be indispensable to real-world business and management success.

Graduate Management Admission Council registered the trademark GMAT under it. More than 2000 universities and institutions around the globe offering 5900+ courses use the GMAT exam as part of the admission criteria for their programs. B-schools use the test as a criterion for admission into a wide range of graduate or diploma management programs, such as Master of International Business, Masters of Financial Reporting and Master of Accountancy programs. 112 countries administer and have standardized test centers to conduct the GMAT exam. According to GMAC enumeration, it has unceasingly performed validity studies to statistically verify that the exam predicts success in business school programs. In the Kaplan Test Prep survey, the GMAT is still the elite option for MBA aspirants, even with the increasing acceptability of GRE scores.

GMAT Test Structure :

GMAT Test Section # of Questions Question Types Timing
Analytical Writing Assessment 1 Topic Analysis of Argument 30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 Questions Multi-Source Reasoning
Graphics Interpretation
Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis
30 Minutes
Quantitative 37 Questions Data Sufficiency
Problem Solving
75 Minutes
Verbal 41 Questions Reading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction
75 Minutes

GMAT Coaching :

  • Realizing that standardized tests rely on more than just the content, we constantly update and customize it’s study and reference material, along with practice test papers, to ensure that it addresses the student’s specific areas of concern.
  • In addition, the faculty regularly arranges additional workshops or extra-help sessions on particular topics in which the student has under-performed during the mock test.
  • Our collection of practice tests, other than basic content and timed drills, simulate the GMAT.
  • The realistic practice and extensive training, as well as test day tips and exam strategies provided by our expert instructors, enhance the student’s confidence in facing the actual exam.


Q- What is a Computer Adaptive Test?
A- In a computer-adaptive test (CAT), questions are selected according to the student’s level of intelligence. It starts with a question of average difficulty, and the correctness of the answer sets the difficulty level of the subsequent question. This pattern continues until the student gets to the end of the section and their ability on that subject has been measured.

Q- What admission strategy must an applicant apply to increase the chances of acceptance at a Business School?
A- It is imperative that students put importance on their GMAT tests as well as their application essays. Their applications should exhibit their readiness for pursuing a program at the Business School and speak of their willingness to contribute to the school environment.

Q- Is it advisable to re-take the GMAT if the score received in the first attempt is low?
A- Students must make a concerted effort to prepare for the GMAT the second time and then retake the exam, if they feel that their GMAT test scores do not reflect their actual capabilities.

Q- For what duration is a GMAT score valid?
A- A GMAT score is valid for 5 years. While a student can retake the exam to improve upon scores, Business Schools will have access to all your scores registered for the last 5 years. Hence, candidates are advised to prepare thoroughly before sitting for the exam.

Q- When do I consider myself ready to take the GMAT?
A- Our 48 hour module is specifically customized and designed to make a candidate ‘exam ready’. However if a student is deemed to be under prepared, we offer a combination of extra tutoring, further mock tests and result oriented strategic sessions to prepare the student to appear for the GMAT.

Q- Where can I get more information about the GMAT?
A- Please fill in the enquiry form available on our contact us page and we will get back to you at the earliest. Alternatively, you may walk into our office or give us a call.