GMAT

Significance of the GMAT for MBA

You’re looking at graduate schools to pursue your MBA, and you have to score well on the GMAT in order to get into your dream school, but what is the GMAT and why do so many universities require GMAT scores for admission?

GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test. The GMAT or Graduate Management Admission Council administers this test and requires GMAT test grades for admission to most business school MBA programs. Besides admission for a Master’s level business degree, the GMAT test result can also be used for admission to a Ph.D. school of business.

How does GMAT test my business knowledge?

The GMAT actually does not test specific skill sets in business, math or a quantitative skill in the subject content. The GMAT does not measure IQ or intelligence. GMAT gives a gauge of the executive functioning skills used in business practices, such as problem solving, comprehension, and reasoning. Simply stated, the GMAT implicitly provides the school with an indication of your ability to follow the MBA courses

What can I expect on the GMAT?

There are three test sections on the GMAT: AWA, Verbal and Quantitative. The three areas focus on the following:

  1. AWA stands for one issue, one argument, where the test taker is asked to compose an essay for each category. Your answer must be well organized, well written and factually based information to score well on this section.
  2. Verbal: contains 14 reading comprehension (how well you understand the written passage on the test), 10 critical reasoning questions (scoring how you make a decision, what types of decisions you are choosing, and choosing the best decision based on the situation given), and 17 sentence correction questions, measuring your grammar savvy.
  3. Quantitative: is contrived of data sufficiency and problem-solving. This section measures your ability to read charts and graphs and given a problem, choosing the best solution.

GMAT has a feature that provides candidates with the flexibility to customize their testing experience as they are able to choose the order of testing sections when they take the exam. Students taking the GMAT can choose what order they would like to take each section, giving the test taker a slight advantage.

Why GMAT Matters

Your GMAT score, coupled with your undergraduate GPA, creates a picture of your overall academic ability.

Many business schools use the GMAT as a large factor in your admittance into their institution. The GMAT can be the deciding factor between you and another candidate receiving an entry into the college or university.

The GMAT is essential in the assessment of an applicant to a business school. Institutions value the rating of this test for two reasons:

  1. Applicants can be compared to one another based on one common system
  2. Average scores can be used in order to create a requirement for the admission of applicants
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