GMAT Structure and Test Format
The GMAT is a standardized way to test a student’s analytical writing, quantitative, and basic verbal skills.
The test is broken up into three sections:
This is the first section of the exam. Here you will be tested two ways: Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument. The point of this section is to see how well you can think critically and express your ideas. The information you will find on the exam is of general interest and no prior knowledge is required.
The Quantitative Section is the second section on the exam. It will test your basic math skills, ability to reason, understanding basic concepts in a quantitative way, interpreting information graphics, and solving quantitative problems. The section features data sufficiency and problem solving multiple choice questions.
This is the last section of the exam and is also multiple choice. Here you will be tested on sentence correction, reading comprehension, and critical reasoning.
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