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The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized test for MBA programs. It assesses analytical writing, integrated reasoning, quantitative skills, and verbal ability. Business schools use it to evaluate applicants’ readiness for graduate-level management education.

The Graduate Management Admission Test is used as part of the selection criteria for over 2,300 universities and business schools around the world. It is a computer-based assessment that ascertains your analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills. It can be taken up to five times a year but no more than eight times in total. Each attempt must be at least 16 days apart.

The assessment is designed to test skills that are highly important to business and management programs. It assess your logic and critical reasoning skills, as well as data sufficiency and problem-solving abilities.

The exam itself is split into four sections which include:

An analytical writing assessment (30 minutes, 1 essay) An integrated reasoning section (30 minutes, 12 questions) Quantitative (62 minutes, 31 questions) Verbal (65 minutes, 36 questions)

The total testing time is three hours and seven minutes.

The quantitative and verbal sections of the GMAT are both multiple-choice and as you answer each question, the test will adapt to your level of ability. The level of difficulty at the start of each of these tests will be average and depending on whether you answer the question correctly or not, the next question will be easier or more difficult. This process continues until the end of each section.

The Analytical Writing Assessment consists of a 30-minute writing task and requires you to demonstrate you analysis of an argument. You will need to put forward your argument with substantial reasoning and justification. Your essay will be scored using two independent ratings; one which is scored by a computer and one that is scored by a representative of GMAC (who is not aware of the computerised score). The two scores are then combined to create an overall score between a scale of 0 (minimum) - 6 (maximum). A score of 0 indicates that the response was either nonsensical, off-topic or completely blank.

Integrated Reasoning consist of 12 questions in four different formats: graphic interpretation, two-part analysis, table analysis and multi-source reasoning. The test is designed to assess your ability to evaluate data presented to you in multiple formats from a variety of sources.

The quantitative assessment determines your ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, interpret graphic data and analyse/use information provided in a problem. It requires you to demonstrate knowledge of certain algebra, geometry and arithmetic. You are not allowed to use a calculator within this part of the GMAT.

The verbal assessment includes three question types: critical reasoning, reading comprehension and sentence correction. You will have five answers to choose from for each question as this test is one that offers multiple choice.

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  • United Kingdom

    April 20, 2023

    Tough but very good practice

    The time limit was a struggle to stick by. By far the most challenging practise test I have done so far. Very good practice if you can pass this you can pass any exam the employer throws at you!

  • Nigeria

    September 28, 2022


    I was somehow scared about the factor that am I going to finish the question before the time lapsed. I felt so awesome that I was able to finish the whole question before the stipulated time though some of the questions aren't what I expected but I was able to try my possible best

  • India

    July 30, 2022

    Test has both analytical and mathematical aptitude questions

    The GMAT test has both analytical reasoning as well as mathematical aptitude questions. It was a good practice.

  • Nigeria

    March 14, 2022

    I am trying the test for the very first time

    I'm not so sure, as I'm taking a trial for the first time. I know nothing about the test before today, but seeing this seems very helpful and eye opening. I now have the overall idea of what a GMAT test look like. The speed and time line provided makes it more challenging.

  • Botswana

    January 25, 2022


    Needs you to have knowledge of mathematics or to have at least practiced. But otherwise, it was great and gave an idea of what an aptitude test looks like.

  • Nigeria

    September 12, 2021

    This test being a practice-based one is actually a good thing

    For this aspect I must say it’s quite difficult cos I’m not one that’s good with mathematics. But it’s a good thing , to help keep my toes up.

  • Nigeria

    March 27, 2021

    No time

    The time wasnt enough because of the type of question asked

  • Nigeria

    March 11, 2021


    Solving word problems within a time limit is challenging.

  • Nigeria

    March 06, 2021


    I have never attempted such questions before, hence the difficulty

  • Nigeria

    March 05, 2021

    Time management

    The questions were quite tough and they required quick reasoning.