The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized exam that is widely used for admission into graduate management programs, such as MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs. It assesses the analytical, quantitative, verbal, and writing skills of applicants.
The GMAT consists of four sections:
- Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA): This section requires you to analyze an argument and provide a written response. It assesses your ability to think critically and express your ideas coherently.
- Integrated Reasoning (IR): This section measures your ability to evaluate information from multiple sources and solve complex problems using both quantitative and verbal reasoning skills.
- Quantitative Reasoning (Quant): This section tests your mathematical and analytical skills. It includes both problem-solving and data sufficiency questions.
- Verbal Reasoning (Verbal): This section evaluates your reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction skills.
As for the fee structure, the current GMAT exam fee is $275 USD worldwide. This fee includes sending your scores to up to five programs or universities of your choice. However, if you wish to send your scores to additional programs, an additional fee of $35 USD per program is charged. It’s important to note that the fee is subject to change, so it’s advisable to check the official GMAT website for the most up-to-date information on fees and payment methods.