GMAT General Test Format

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GMAT consists of four sections:

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

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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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