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      GMAT: If you want to get MBA


      What is GMAT?

      GMAT is a test of General Education checking Mathematical, Verbal and Analytical skills among MBA candidates. The test requires a great knowledge of English language. Except for GMAT results, you’ll need to get good GPA points, Recommending Letters and Essay.

      850 MBA schools require GMAT results. More 400 schools accept it, but don’t demand. You can pass GMAT as many times as you like but only one time a month. The average GMAT of best MBA schools is: Stanford - 722, Chicago - 695, MIT - 690, Harvard - 689, Northwestern - 685, Wharton - 685, Darden - 685, Yale - 682, Michigan - 672, Texas - 660, Rochester - 637.

      Parts if GMAT CAT (Computer Adaptive Test)

      Introduction (check computer literacy). Before you pass to the test, you’ll get all needed information. You’ll learn how to:
      Using a Mouse
      Scrolling a Page
      Chooseing or changing an Answer
      Passing to Next Question
      Using Text Editor
      Using Online Help
      Finding out information about completing test parts.

      Before you pass the test, you need to demonstrate that you’re able to do everything listed above.

      Analytical Writing Assessment 60 minutes

      Computer chooses a topic among 280 (140 questions for each section). All questions are published on GMAC website. All answers will be examined by college and university teachers. Work will be estimated according to 4 criterions.
      Subject Matter – ability to argument and make conclusions.
      Writing (ability to give a clear opinion)
      Language (Skills, Style, Vocabulary)
      Grammar (Knowledge of Standard Written English rules)
      You can get 0 to 6 points.

      Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes)
      Check your literacy and ability to state your opinion. You have half an hour to write an essay. If you cannot choose a topic by yourself, it will be offered by a computer.

      Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes)
      Check your literacy, ability to state opinion and make conclusions.

      Evaluate a given situation, state your opinion.

      5-minutes break (if desirable)

      Quantitative Section 75 minutes

      Check your mathematical skills and ability to understand and interpret graphical data. There are next topics:
      Arithmetical Operations
      The Number Line and Ordering
      Integers, Factors and Multiples
      Decimals, Percentages and Ratios
      Exponents and Square Roots
      Arithmetic Mean, Median, Mode, Range and Standard Deviation
      Operations on Variables
      Algebraic Equations
      Algebraic Inequalities
      Geometry (including Coordinate Geometry)

      There are two types of tasks - Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency.
      Problem Solving (24 questions)
      Data Sufficiency (13-14 questions)
      There are 37 questions (for 28 of them you get points, 9 are experimental)

      5-minutes break (if desirable)

      Verbal Section 75 minutes

      There are questions of 3 types:
      Critical Reasoning (14-15 questions)
      Sentence Correction (14-15 questions)
      Reading Comprehension (4 parts, 12-14 questions). There are 4 parts of the text with 150-300 words, with 3-4 questions in each.
      There is 41 question (30 of them give you points, 11 are experimental)

      General time: 3 hours 20 20 minutes

      DO’s and DON’Ts

      You can:
      Use drafts
      Use a pencil
      Use watches (soundless)
      Pass to next section if you’re finished a previous one
      Get unofficial test results right after the test. If you get them, you lose the right annul them.
      Choose schools you want results be sent to.
      Answer questions about the test.

      You cannot:
      Go back to the question you’ve answered already.

      Price of test

      $250

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