The GMAT or the Graduate Management Admission Council exam is the anchor point for around about 6,000 business and management institutes world-wide. From Harvard to Oxford to Purdue almost all reputable B-Schools take a close look at your GMAT score before glancing over your application. It is stated that before taking the GMAT exam an average applicant spends an average of 51 hours preparing for it. The GMAT test is a computer adaptive test, which means that the difficulty of questions students get is adjusted based on their previous answers. The GMAT tests analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills.
The duration of the test is 3.5 hours and the total score is capped at 800.
The GMAT score is a mandatory requirement for application for a master’s degree program i.e. MBA, M.S. Marketing, M.S. Finance. Some institutions in Australia, the UK, New Zealand, Canada, and Thailand require the GMAT score for admission. ACT, which is a world renowned body that develops computer-based tests is responsible for developing the GMAT, while Pearson VUE which is a leading test management system runs the testing sessions. Currently there are many testing sessions outside the United States. You can register for the GMAT through online or by phone, or the Pearson VUE run test which is a computer-based test only (Computer-Adaptive), no paper-based tests are offered through Pearson VUE. ***GMAT scores can be kept for use 5 years after it is taken.
The GMAT is in multiple choice format, is an Computer-Adaptive Test (CAT), and involves three parts:
- Analytical Writing Assessment: Two essay questions, 30 minutes are given for each, has to be typed into a computer
- Quantitative Section: 75 minutes are given for 37 questions regarding Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving
- Verbal Section: 75 minutes are given for 41 question regarding Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction The GMAT can be registered via online or by phone. Visit for more information at www.mba.com/mba/takethegmat
The GMAT Exam Preparation Program covers content, tip and techniques needed to master the GMAT test. Private lessons will be arranged to suit the student’s schedule with experienced instructors who will guide the student to meet their desired level. Consultation hours are also included in each session by the GMAT teachers who are attentive, knowledgeable, and strategically plan and approach the teaching and the learning for the students to achieve success in their GMAT exam.
|No. of Students||Regular Rate(THB) / Hour||Promotion Rate(THB) / Hour|
|Private (1 Student)||1,800||1,600|
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