GMAT 2019 Exam Dates, Registration Process, Eligibility Criteria, Syllabus, Admit Card and Result

GMAT Exam

The GMAT (Graduate Management Aptitude Test) is conducted by the GMAC on an international level. The GMAC (Graduate Management Aptitude Council) is an international council, which is responsible for conducting the GMAT exam in 112 countries. India is also one such nation where the students have an opportunity to take up the GMAT exam.

The GMAT Exam is conducted throughout the year and its scores are used by some of the most reputed colleges of the world. Many B-Schools around the world accept GMAT scores.

Read below to know in detail about the GMAT 2019 exam-


GMAT Exam 2019 Important Dates

There is no specific date for the GMAT Exam. Candidates can take this exam whenever they wish simply through registration. A candidate can appear for the GMAT exam only for 5 times in a year and once in a month.


GMAT Exam 2019 Pattern & Syllabus

About the GMAT 2018 Exam

Details

Mode of Exam

Computer-based test

Number of questions

91 questions

Number of papers/sections

4 sections namely-Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal

Duration of Exam

3 Hours and 30 minutes

Distribution of Marks and Questions in GMAT 2019 Exam

Name of Subjects

Number of questions

Duration

Verbal

41

75minutes

Quantitative

37

75 minutes

Integrated Reasoning

12

30 minutes

Analytical Writing assessment

1

30 minutes

Nature of questions and score range of GMAT 2019 Exam

Name of Subjects

Score Range

Type of Question

Verbal

0-60

Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension

Quantitative

0-60

Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving

Integrated Reasoning

1-8

Two-Part Analysis, Graphics Interpretation, Table Analysis, and Multi-Source Reasoning

Analytical Writing assessment

0-6

Analysis of an argument

 


GMAT Exam 2019 Eligibility

Educational Qualification -

A candidate should be Graduate in any discipline from a recognized University.

Age Limit -

There is no upper age limit for the GMAT 2019 Exam. However, the minimum age limit is 18 years.


GMAT Exam 2019 Application Process

The GMAT aspirants can apply online for the exam.

How To Apply for GMAT Exam -

  • A candidate should visit the official website of the GMAT exam.
  • He/ she should click on the option ‘Take the GMAT Exam’.
  • A candidate should create his/her account first, on the official website of the GMAT by entering details like Name, Address, Age, valid email id and Mobile number.
  • A candidate should follow instructions further to get the registration done. He/ She should give details about his/her educational qualifications, address, and other profile details.
  • In a given year, a candidate can register for 5 times and each registration should be separated by at least a month.
  • Within 16 days a candidate is allowed for the retake exam.
  • A candidate can schedule the GMAT exam as per their choice.
  • He/ she can choose the examination centre of their choice.
  • A candidate is required to pay the Registration Fee of US $250.

Registration Fee

  • A candidate should pay the registration fee of US $ 250 for the GMAT exam.
  • It should be paid through Credit Card/ Debit Card. The Visa Card, Master Card, American Express Card and JCB Cards are accepted for the payment of the registration fee.
  • A candidate can make payment through the personal checks, cashier’s checks, and money orders drawn in favour of the VUE-GMAT.

Other Details

GMAT Result 2019 -

The GMAT Exam results are available at the end of the exam. But this is the unofficial result. Candidates can get their official result after 20 calendar days of the GMAT exam. A link is sent to the email id of the candidate. The GMAT Scorecard contains, a score of each section and the overall score.


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