Graduating Management Admission Test (GMAT) is recognized all over the world as a standard programme to get admissions in top ranked universities all over the world.Worldwide around more than 2200 schools and 6000 programs use these scores as one of the admission criterion.Apart from knowledge, GMAT checks writing and analytical skills.Its a computer adaptive test in which the computer program will adjust the difficulty of questions based on responses by the student.Like if a student answers wrongly,will receive an easier question while if a student answers correctly,he will receive a more challenging item. This innovative test technique couple with the long length of the exam makes this exam more challenging.
Total GMAT scores range from 200 to 800 and it is based on Verbal and Quantitative scores only.
Verbal scores varies from - 0 to 60, scores below 9 and above 44 are very rare.
Quantitative scores varies from - 0 to 60 below 7 and above 50 for the Quantitative section are rare
Analytical Writing Assessment Score varies from - 0 to 6
Integrated Reasoning (IR) scores varies from - 1 to 8
As soon as you finish the test,you will get an unofficial scores from the Verbal,Quantitative and Integrated Reasoning Sections,along with the authentication code. The authentication code is needed to access your Official Score Report which reaches to the test taker after around 20 days of the test completion ,the official report contains includes AWA scores.
1 to 1 tutoring – this is a batch where there is only one student in the class
1 to 3 tutoring – this is a one to three batch
As soon as the student enrolls these are the steps that are followed
As the GMAT exam is completely online and GRE is optional online so the student should be in a habit of reading from screen so give them the online practice.