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    What is the new format of GMAT?

    Is gmat score used for mba admissions?
    What is new gmat format?

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    TWINKLE005 is offline Junior Member TWINKLE005 is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What is the new format of GMAT?

    Hello Friend ,

    YES , GMAT Score is used for MBA admission usually GMAT Scores are accepted in abroad . Most of the TOP B-SCHOOLS refer GMAT Scores on the basis of score seeking

    Aspirant can get Admissions in the Top Institutes in Abroad like LONDON BUSINESS SCHOOL , EBS BUSINESS SCHOOL , OXFORD UNIVERSITY , CARNFIELD SCHOOL OF

    MANAGEMENT , MANCHASTER BUSINESS SCHOOL , etc .. & in India Top B-schools which accepts GMAT SCORE are ; ISB , HYDERABAD ,



    The GMAT Consists of four main sections ;

    1} Analytical writing Assessment .
    2}Integrated Reasoning.
    3}Quantitative &

    You have three & a half hours in which to take the exams , but plan for a total time of approximately four hours to include optional break .

    Please refer below the listed chart of new format of GMAT EXAM ;


    GOOD LUCK .....!!

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    bill gates is offline Junior Member bill gates is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What is the new format of GMAT?


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    Dear Aspirant,

    GMAT is Graduate Management Admission Test. GMAT Score accepts 110 Countries in world and total 1500 Universities and Organizations accept the GMAT Score around the world .

    Is GMAT Score used for MBA Admission?

    Yes,GMAT Score accepted for MBA Admission in more 1500 Universities and Organization around the world.

    If you want to do MBA in India You can also take GMAT. Some limited B-Schools accepted GMAT Score .

    For MBA Admission in India for Indians :

    Best MBA Entrance Exams for MBA Admission in India for Indians are as following
    • Common Admission Test-CAT
    • Management Aptitude Test-MAT
    • Common Management Admission Test-CMAT
    • Symbiosis National Aptitude Test for PG Studies -SNAP
    • Xavier Admission Test -XAT
    • Graduate Management Admission Test
    What is new GMAT Format?

    Yes ,Test structure changes from 20123.

    New Pattern of GMAT Test Structure is as follows
    • Analytical Writing Assessment-1 Topic-30 Minutes
    • Integrated Reasoning-12 Question -30 Minutes
    • Quantitative -37 Questions-75 Minutes
    • Verbal Ability-41 Question -75 Minutes
    Total Time Duration - 3 Hours ,30 Minutes


    GMAT is Computer Adaptive Test .Once answered the question we can't go to back or not skip to back or not change to your answer.

    Once answered the question ,You score is counted .It indicates the Time Management .

    So when you answered the question you have to choose correct option ,You can't modify when you enter into next question for previous question answer

    Official Website for GMAT::http://www.mba.com/

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    masterpiece is offline Junior Member masterpiece is on a distinguished road
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    Re: What is the new format of GMAT?

    Format of GMAT entrance exams has been changed in 2013.

    According to new format there will be four sections which includes Analytical writing,Integrated Reasoning,Quantitative and verbal ability.
    And all the sections will have fix time to solve their problems.

    Analytical Writing Assessment 21 queations - 30 Minutes
    Integrated Reasoning 30 Question -30 Minutes
    Quantitative 37 Questions-75 Minutes
    Verbal Ability 41 Question -75 Minutes

    Total Time Duration - 3 Hours ,30 Minutes

    For more informations please click the link:

    Hope it helps you:

    Good Luck

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