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GMAT-Test Online Course
If you don't need to go through our GMAT test online course, click here for basic information about the GMAT test.
Our GMAT test course is heavily focused on "self-help." Here's why:
A) If you are intimately involved in both structuring and completing your GMAT test preparation, you will have a better understanding of the experience and reap better GMAT test results and
B) We recognize that there is great diversity in learning styles. By leaving the GMAT test preparation solution in a more open, relaxed format, we believe we can make the diversity in learning styles a strength rather than a weakness.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a test that has been produced by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), and is used to help business schools in making admissions decisions. The GMAT test is taken by students who are applying for admission to either MBA or other graduate management programs. The GMAT test is given in English only, and it tests analytical writing, quantitative, and verbal skills. In the United States, the GMAT test is a computer-based test.There are several ways in which to register for the GMAT test. Registration can be completed online on the website for the GMAC or by phone by calling 1-800-717-GMAT. Registration can also be completed by mail. If registering by mail, the GMAT Appointment Scheduling form needs to be downloaded from GMAC's website, filled in, and mailed to Pearson VUE. The address to which to mail this form is indicated on the website. When registering, all necessary fees must be paid as well. If registering by phone or online, fees must be paid with a debit or a credit card. If registering by mail, fees can also be paid with a cashier's check, a personal check, or a money order. All fees must be drawn on US banks, in US dollars. Fee details are all outline on the website for the GMAC.The GMAT test consists of three sections. The first section of the test is the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA). The AWA consists of two writing tasks. The first is an analysis of an issue, and the second task is the analysis of an argument. The Analytical Writing Assessment is always found at the beginning of the GMAT test, and test takers are given 30 minutes to complete each writing task.
The second section of the GMAT test is the quantitative section. This section tests the knowledge of arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry through questions on data sufficiency and problem solving. There are 37 multiple choice questions in this section, and test takers have a maximum of 75 minutes to complete these questions. The third section of the GMAT test is the verbal section. This section has 41 multiple choice questions, and the questions test reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction. There is a maximum of 75 minutes to complete this section of the examination. In addition, there will be pretest questions mixed in to these sections of the exam. These questions will not be identified as pretest questions, so it is important to answer all questions as best as possible. Pretest questions are not scored. Examples of all of the types of questions that may be seen on the GMAT test can be found online at GMAC's website.
The GMAT test is a computer adaptive test. This means that the multiple choice questions in the quantitative and verbal sections are adjusted to the ability level of the test taker. Specific details on how the computer adaptive test process works can be found online at GMAC's website. Because the computer test system will not advance to the next question without answering the current question, all questions must be answered. In cases where the answer is not known, it is therefore necessary to make an educated guess. It is also imperative that all test questions are completed. Therefore, proper pacing throughout the exam is necessary.
The verbal and quantitative sections of the GMAT test have scores that range from zero to 60. These raw scores are then converted to an overall “total” score that ranges from 200 to 800. Two thirds of all test takers will have a total score between 400 and 600. The scores in the verbal and quantitative sections are determined by several things: the number of questions answered, if the questions were answered correctly or incorrectly, and the level of difficulty of the questions answered, as well as the statistical nature of the questions. The Analytical Writing Assessment is scored by two independent essay readers. These readers score the AWA on a scale from zero to six, and the scores from each reader are averaged to come up with an overall sore. The overall score ranges from zero to six, in half point increments. If the scores from the independent readers vary by more than one point, an expert essay reader is used to help determine the final score. The score from the AWA does not impact the total score for the verbal and quantitative sections.The GMAT test covers a wide range of topics. Make sure that you are prepared for a mental marathon on the GMAT exam. A lot of test takers preparing for the GMAT exam end up spending thousands of dollars on GMAT test prep courses when they would probably be better off with a couple of GMAT test study guides and practice tests. Make sure that you monitor your pace while taking the GMAT test. These modules will help you prepare for the GMAT test. Here are the recommended steps you should take in using our GMAT test system:
1. Take the self assessment module quizzes below (make notes of your scores and remember which revealed significant gaps in your learning):