GMAT 2020 is a computer based exam that measures verbal, quantitative and analytical ways how candidates write in this particular exam. Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) conducts GMAT every year to choose those candidates who will bring changes in the business world through analytical ideas. GMAC introduced a new section of Integrated Reasoning in GMAT in June 2012 to measure the data analytical ability of the test taker.
GMAT Latest Updates
GMAC has announced that from mid week of April, Candidates can avail GMAT Test Facility at their homes. It has also stated that the structure of the exam will be same with Quant, Verbal and Logica Reasoning section but no Essay. It is also expected that cost of the exam will be less than current cost.
GMAC, the conducting body of GMAT takes special effort to stop the spreading impact of COVID 19. Due to this epidemic outbreak, GMAT testing has been suspended in many locations due to safety issues. All across the world, it is a challenging issue for the test takers to take GMAT. GMAC decides for the interim GMAT Exams 2020
exam to take control of this epidemic situation. Exam comprises the same structure and scoring scale as the original one. Syllabus of GMAT includes sections like Quant, IR, and Verbal except for AWA. Geoffrey Basye, spokesperson of GMAC told that this interim GMAT exam will be available online from mid of April. Check Impact of Coronavirus on GMAT
More than 2 lakhs test takers write GMAT every year to take admissions in the top business schools. With GMAT score, business schools will get the list of interested candidates who prefer to study business. Data Surveyed by KAPLAN that since 2014, organizations prefer professionals with GMAT score increased by 44%.
Why Apply for GMAT?
GMAT exam is known to be the best predictor of success in management programs globally. Appearing for this exam and scoring well gives you an edge over the other students as it gives an idea of how motivated and committed you are to succeed in management career. Your exam is guarded against bias and you can take it whenever you are ready.
GMAT 2020: Exam Pattern
Before preparation, candidates should have a detailed overview of GMAT exam pattern for better preparation purposes. As a whole there are four sections in GMAT 2020. Sections are
Analytical Writing Assessment: In this section, how well a test taker communicates and thinks critically has been measured
Integrated Reasoning: this section tests how well a test taker analyzes a plethora of data to evaluate information represented in multiple formats
Quantitative Reasoning: this section measures how well a test taker comes to a conclusions using analytical skills and reasoning
Verbal Reasoning: it measures how well a candidate reads and understands the written material and evaluates arguments out of it
Detailed overview on GMAT Exam Pattern are as follows
GMAT 2020: Syllabus
There are four sections in GMAT 2020. GMAT Syllabus consists of all those sections that help in accustoming useful things for business environment.
In Quantitative section of GMAT 2020, test takers will have to attempt two types of questions – Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. In both sections, analytical ability of the test takers has been measured along with logical reasoning. In this section, no calculator has been used. Test takers should know rudimentary algebra and clear concepts of geometry.