GMAT™

 ● The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is the most common requirement for admission to MBA programs globally.

● GMAT is comprised of three main sections:

– Analytical Writing 

– Quantitative Reasoning 

– Verbal Reasoning 

● GMAT is hosted by the Graduate Management Admission Council.

● GMAT is a computer adaptive test, which means that the difficulty level of the questions depends on the answers to the previous question. The final scores depend on:

– Number of questions answered correctly

– The difficulty of questions answered

– Number of questions completed

Know More On GMATTM Score Assessment

(source: gmac.com)

Rely on GMATTM scores to help you select the best applicants for your program.

Format:
The GMATTM total score is composed of the Verbal and Quantitative sections of the exam.
What It Measures:
The GMATTM exam measures the test taker’s ability to assess higher-order reasoning skills: verbal, quantitative, analytical writing and integrated reasoning and has proven validity in predicting success in the first year of graduate management education.
Score Range:
Total GMATTM Scores range from 200 to 800. Two-thirds of test takers score between 400 and 600.
How it is Scored:
The Official GMATTM Score Report show five scores: Total, Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), Integrated Reasoning, Verbal and Quantitative within the last five years, the most recent AWA essay responses, and the following background information: country of citizenship, gender, date of birth, telephone number, undergraduate institution, grade point average, major, date of graduation, intended graduate study, and highest level of education attained. GMATTM Test takers are provided with the ability to see their unofficial scores prior to making a decision to accept or cancel those scores. A self-canceled score will appear as a “C” on the official score report, along with all GMATTM attempts for the previous five years. Test takers that self-cancel on test day have the opportunity to reinstate those scores within 60 days of the test date. In cases of repeat testing, the score report will show all of the test taker’s GMATTM scores for the past five years. Test takers make print an unofficial score report after they finish the exam, but this does not include the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) score and should not be accepted in lieu of an Official Score Report.

The Analytical Writing section consists of one writing task—Analysis of an Argument.

Format:
One 30-minute written essay on the analysis of an argument.
What it Measures:
The test-taker’s ability to formulate an appropriate and constructive critique of a specific conclusion based on a specific line of thinking. A specific knowledge of the essay topic is not necessary; only the capacity to write analytically is assessed.
Score Range:
Average scores range from 0 to 6 in half point intervals. AWA scores are computed separately from the scores for the multiple-choice sections of the exam and have no effect on the Integrated Reasoning, Verbal, Quantitative, or Total GMATTM scores.
How it is Scored:
An average of two independent ratings.
Percentile Ranking:
Analytical Writing Assessment percentile rankings are based on the previous three years of GMATTM exams taken.

The Integrated Reasoning section gives you another data point to differentiate candidates.

Format:
Consists of 12 questions covering four question types: Multi-Source Reasoning, Graphics Interpretation, Two-Part Analysis, and Table Analysis, to be completed in 30 minutes.
What it Measures:
Test takers ability to analyze and synthesize data in different formats from multiple sources.
Score Range:
Scores range from 1-8 in single-digit intervals.
How it is Scored:
The Integrated Reasoning score is provided as a separate score and is not included in the Total GMATTM Score.
Percentile Ranking:
Integrated Reasoning percentile rankings are based on the previous three years of GMATTM exams taken.

The Verbal section allows candidates to showcase their verbal abilities.

Format:
36 questions comprised of reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction to be completed in 65 minutes.
What it Measures:
The test taker’s ability to read and comprehend written materials, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material to confirm to standard written English.
Score Range:
Verbal scores range from 6 to 51. Scores below nine and above 44 for the Verbal section are rare.
How it is Scored:
The Verbal score is included as part of the Total GMATTM Score.
Percentile Rankings:
Verbal percentile rankings are based on the previous three years of GMATTM exams taken.

The Quantitative section highlights data analysis and reasoning skills.

Format:
Consists of 31 questions on Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving, to be completed in 62 minutes.
What it Measures:
The test taker’s ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data. Understand problems involving arithmetic, elementary algebra, and common geometry concepts. Evaluate the amount of information needed to solve quantitative problems.
Score Range:
Quantitative scores range from 6 to 51. Scores below 7 and above 50 for the Quantitative section are rare.
How it is Scored:
The Quantitative score is included as part of the Total GMATTM Score.
Percentile Rankings:
Quantitative percentile rankings are based on the previous three years of GMATTM exams taken.

GMATTM Course and Product Details

1. No. of Classes (1.5hrs/per class): 24
     (a) Verbal: 13 Nos.
     (b) Quant: 11 Nos.
2. Books: 4 Nos. (Verbal, Quant & Official Guide)
3. Mock Tests: 5 Nos.
4. Practice Handouts
5. Doubt Clearing Sessions

1. No. of Classes (2.5hrs/per class): 16
     (a) Verbal: 9 Nos.
     (b) Quant: 7 Nos.
2. Books: 4 Nos. (Verbal, Quant & Official Guide)
3. Mock Tests: 5 Nos.
4. Practice Handouts
5. Doubt Clearing Sessions

1. No. of Classes (1.5hrs/per class): 15 Nos.
2. Books: 2 Nos. (Quant, Official Guide)
3. Mock Tests: 5 Nos.
4. Practice Handouts
5. Doubt Clearing Sessions

A. Complete GMATTM Test Preparation (please refer GMATTM 1 on 1 or Crash Course menu)

B. Complete Admission Counseling Services

PROFILE ASSESMENT & ENHANCEMENT:

Includes guidance on:

  • Program selection
  • Extracurricular and Leadership Activities
  • Standardized Test Planning
  • CV, SOP and LOR requirements
  • Cultural Readiness

UNIVERSITY SHORTLISTING:

  • The counsellor will study the students’ profile in detail regarding academic scores, standardized test scores, extracurricular and personal activities and special talents / accomplishments.
  • Based on student’s profile assessment, the counsellor will provide student a shortlist comprising 10-12 Universities**. Out of those, the student needs to select 5 universities for which dedicated admission service will be provided.

** The Universities will be categorized as:

  • Dream (less than 50% chances of obtaining admission
  • Reach (50 – 80% chances of obtaining admission)
  • Safe (more than 80% chances of obtaining admission)

EDITING:

Once the universities are finalized, an editor will be assigned to help student on editing of application documents comprising Essays, Resume, Statement of Purpose (SOP) and Letters of Recommendation (LOR) to put across the student’s profile to the AdComs (Admission Committees) in the best possible manner.

The editing process includes 4 phases:

  • Brainstorming: Extensive discussion to understand student’s profile. Guidance provided to create initial drafts.
  • Critiquing: Comments are provided to ensure that right content is available for a draft
  • Editing: Structure, tone and grammar of the content is worked upon
  • Finalization: Drafts are finally proofread before student uses them for the application

APPLICATION ASSISTANCE

The following services will be provided to the students:

  • Application links and deadlines for the finalized universities are emailed to students.
  • Application Review (for online applications student need to fill the application and provide us their Application ID and Password).

INTERVIEW PREPARATION:

Top Universities usually have an interview round, in which case the counselor will help prepare the student.

FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE

Helping student in applying for an education loan with HDFC Credila and Avanse

VISA COUNSELLING:

This will include guiding the student on the following:

  • Visa Application Assistance
  • Financial and VISA Documentation for the interview
  • VISA interview preparation through rounds of mock interview
A. Complete GMATTM Test Preparation (please refer GMATTM 1 on 1 or Crash Course menu) B. Complete IELTSTM / TOEFL® Test Preparation (refer IELTSTM / TOEFL® Test Prep Menu) C. Complete Admission Counseling Services (refer GMATTM & Admission Counseling Services Menu)

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