The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is used by many graduate schools of business and management as a criterion when considering applications for admission to the school’s graduate programmes.

The GMAT measures the verbal, mathematical, analytical writing and reasoning skills of students. The GMAT is a four hour computer-adaptive test. Your performance on previous questions determines which question you’ll be asked next. Questions that appear early in the exam impact your score more than those appearing at the end of the exam.

 Analytical Writing

The Analytical Writing Section has one essay which asks students to “analyse and critique the argument.”


 Verbal Section

The Verbal Section consists of sentence correction questions, reading comprehension, and critical reasoning exercises.


 Quantitative Section

The Quantitative Section tests high-school level math. The students are required to be familiar with arithmetic, algebra, geometry and data analysis.


 Test Format and Length

 Test Section

 No. of Questions


 Analytical Writing Assessment

Analysis of an argument

1 Topic

30 mins

 Optional Rest Break

10 mins

Quantitative Section


75 mins

Problem Solving

Data Sufficiency



 Optional Rest Break

10 mins

Integrated Reasoning



Multi-source reasoning


Graphics representation


Two-two part analysis


Table Analysis


 Optional Rest Break

10 mins

Verbal Sections


75 mins

Reading Comprehension


Critical Reasoning


Sentence Correction



As with other test preparation courses, we provide GMAT® mock tests for our students three times during the course on Sundays. These practice tests are very similar to the actual tests and play a vital role in improving students' scores on the actual tests.


  • 3 additional full-length computer based tests
  • Ample additional handouts
  • Complimentary course materials
  • CD's for home practice
  • Techniques that help students learn better and faster
  • Tests verbal, mathematical & analytical writing skills
  • Well-trained instructors

Facts about GMAT®

  • Measurscore ranges from 200 to 800 (Verbal & Quantitative)
  • One essay
  • Candidates receive scores after 20 days
  • The score is valid for 5 years from the date of the test
  • The test takes up to 4 hours
  • The test requires only basic computer skills
  • Tests can be taken any day of the year except on holidays
  • Registration Fee is $250. The test is open throughout the year


Summer: 6:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Winter: 7:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Course Fee: Rs. 16,000/-

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