The GMAT Exam (Graduate Management Admission Test) is for those aspirants who wish to get admissions for a Business or Management schools based in foreign Universities. The exam is computer based and consists of four sections, viz; Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal. Analytical Writing Assessment tests the candidate’s ability for critical thinking to communicative ideas, the question asked will be to examine the perceptive behind the given argument and write an assessment based on that argument. 30 minutes are allotted to solve test. Integrated Reasoning tests the candidate’s proficiency to assess information existing in the diverse setups from numerous sources. Test is to assess the candidate’s capability required to succeed in Scientifically Innovative and Data-Driven World. 30 minutes are allotted to solve 12 questions. Quantitative tests the candidate’s skill to examine data and pull results by using reasoning abilities. To solve the calculative section, the candidate is required remember the secondary school mathematics. 75 minutes are allotted to solve 37 questions. Verbal test is to examine the candidate’s reading and understanding the written text, to examine arguments and precise the written text to approve for standardized written English. 75 minutes are allotted to solve 41 questions.
Well! The exam pattern seems to be very interesting, hence those who are fond of English will be surely eager to avail the sample papers. Here are some of the sample papers to solve and prepare for GMAT Exam effectively.