GMAT General Test Format

GMAT consists of four sections:

1.) AWA (Analytical Writing Assessment)
2.) Integrated Reasoning
3.) Quantitative Reasoning
4.) Verbal Reasoning



The GMAT can be taken in 94 countries over the world. Courses of action are open six days a week enduring as the year progressed. Understudies can appear for the GMAT once every datebook month and a most compelling of five times in one timetable year with scores being real for up to five years. If an understudy is adequately fortunate to score a faultless 800 in the GMAT he/she can’t take the GMAT again for quite a while (until after their score slips).
For Further details visit: GMAT official website

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