The Graduate Management Admission Test, or GMAT, is a unique testing system for business school admissions. It is a multiple-choice, computer-based, standardized exam that is a requirement for business school admissions globally. It tests different skill sets required for the same and covers a wide range of subjects that include:
- 31 Quantitative Reasoning/ 62 minutes
- 36 Verbal Reasoning/ 65 minutes
- 12 Integrated Reasoning/ 30 minutes
- 1 Analytical Writing Assessment/ 30 minutes
The GMAT Quantitative Reasoning section assesses your content and your analytical knowledge of basic math concepts that include arithmetic, algebra, and geometry. It consists of 31 MCQs and you have 62 minutes to complete these. In this section, you will encounter two question types: Data Sufficiency and Problem-Solving.
The Data Sufficiency questions consist of a question and 2 statements of data. Your job is to determine whether the statements give sufficient data to answer this question. This type of question requires you to quickly identify what information you would need to know and to efficiently deduct answer choices.
The problem-solving questions are the classic standardized test questions – you will be given a question with 5 possible answer choices. Even though these questions test your high-school maths skills, the options are designed to trick you.
The GMAT Maths course at Young Scholarz will train you to combat the tricky, confusing, wrong answer choices and score to the best of your ability to ace the admissions.
What Will I Learn?
- Mastery of core curriculum topics
- Unique question-specific strategies
- Exam techniques practiced through extensive question practice and personalised feedback
- Lifelong subject and interdisciplinary skills