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DETAILS OF THE GMAT COURSE STRUCTURE
A standardized test, the Graduate Management Admissions Test, measures Verbal, Mathematical and Analytical skills, and is administered by the US-based "Pearson VUE”, under the directions of the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The examination is entirely computer-based, and no two test takers get the same set of questions. The test comprises of four sections that come in the following order – Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal.
Section 1: AWA: Analysis of Writing Assessment. This 30 minute section requires test takers to write an analysis of an argument. Although the score of this section is not incorporated into the 800 score of the test, test takers must be serious about their performance here since the best business schools pay attention to AWA scores while reviewing applications.
The AWA assignment is graded on a 0-6 scale in 0.5 increments.
Section 2: IR: Integrated Reasoning. This is also a 30 minute section which tests the student’s ability to read, understand, and interpret the information presented in the form of texts, tables, or graphs. Unlike as on the Math section of the GMAT, on the IR section test takers have access to an online calculator. This considerably eases the pressure of answering 12 Questions in 30 minutes.
The section score is not incorporated into the 800 score and is reported independently on a scale of 0-8 in 1 point increments.
Section 3: Quantitative. This is a 62 minute section comprising of 31 Questions of Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Quantitative scores are from 0 to 60 (scaled score), with a 51 scaling a 96 percentile.
Section 4: Verbal. The last section of the test, the Verbal Section, comprises of 36 Questions that are to be done in 65 minutes. Verbal score are from 0 to 60 (scaled score), with a 45 scaling a 99 percentile.
The total score of the GMAT is 800, made from a combination of the scaled scores of Sections 3 and Section 4.
There are 3 orders in which you can take the GMAT on the test day.
Order 1 (Original): AWA --> IR--> Break 1 --> Quant --> Break --> Verbal
Order 2 : Verbal -->Break 1--> Quant--> Break 2 --> IR--> AWA
Order 3 : Quant --> Break 1--> Verbal--> Break 2--> IR--> AWA
For detailed information about GMAT; please refer to the official website - www.mba.com