GMAT 2019 Exam
The GMAT (2019) or the Graduate Management Aptitude Test is a computer aptitude entrance exam that takes place numerous times throughout the year. The test is held by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) where an individual's reading, writing, and analytical skills are tested.
More than 7,000 programs accept the GMAT 2019 score across 2,000 graduate business universities globally. For those who aspire to pursue an MBA or a Masters degree in Finance, it is the most preferred test.
The level of difficulty of each question depends on the accuracy of the previous questions response. You can appear for the exam for a total of 8 times, which is limited to once in a gap of sixteen days and five times within 12 months.
GMAT Key Points
Graduate Management Aptitude Test
Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)
Mode of Exam
Computer-based adaptive test
US $250 (Rs 17,780)
Minimum – 200,Maximum - 800
+91 120-439-7830, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Indian Standard Time
GMAT 2019 Eligibility
It is essential for the candidate to be 18 years of age. If they are between the age of 13 to 17, they will require legal written permission from their parents or guardian. No specific qualification or an upper age limit has been made compulsory to appear for GMAT.
GMAT 2019 Registration
Why apply for GMAT?
Online payment mode :
Offline payment mode :
Cancellation fee :
A refund of $80 is possible if the test is canceled after seven days of registration.
Rescheduling fee :
A fee of $50 is charged for rescheduling.
Computerized Adaptive Testing
Also referred to as CAT, Computerized Adaptive Testing prepared its next set of questions based on the correctness of the candidate's answer. The test provides precise analysis of the examinee’s abilities and skills.
Executive Assessment Exam
The Executive Assessment Exam is designed to test the readiness of the candidate. It tested how committed and prepared the individual is for the program and also focusses on testing at what level is the candidate to become entirely focussed.
Difference between GMAT and GRE
Scheduling GMAT Exam
Rescheduling GMAT Exam
GMAT 2019 Exam Pattern
No. Of Questions
Analytical Writing Assessment
One essay type
GMAT Syllabus 2019
GMAT syllabus comprises four sections – Analytical assessment, Integrated, Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning.
Analytical Assessment :
Integrated Reasoning :
Quantitative Reasoning :
Verbal Reasoning :
GMAT Score 2019
The GMAT score is a combination of verbal and quantitative scores ranging from 0 to 60. The total score starts ranging from 200 till 800.
Analytical Writing Assessment
Integrated Reasoning :
Quantitative and Verbal Reasoning :
Percentile vs Marks
How to access the GMAT Score?
The validity of GMAT Score
GMAT Exam Centres
Exam centers for GMAT are available throughout India in many different cities.
GMAT Exam Dates
Dates for GMAT exam is available all year round. Candidates can choose their dates according to their convenience, but you must book your appointment at a gap of 16 days if you wish to retake the exam. You can take the test 5 times a year which means only 5 test dates will be made available depending on your availability and convenience. There are no fixed dates in any month or week. Therefore exams take place almost daily.
GMAT 2019 Updates
There have been no changes in the exam dates or centers. The pattern of the exam remains the same with time duration, marking scheme and score ranges. The profile made on the GMAT website registers your details permanently, and no further changes can be made. Making sure that the details are entered carefully is important.
GMAT Preparation Tips
GMAT Verbal section consists of 41 multiple-choice questions to identify grammatical errors and to understand and evaluate comprehensive arguments.
GMAT Integrated Reasoning
GMAT Integrated Reasoning consists of 12 questions according to four categories. This section evaluates the candidate's ability to discern and evaluate the given data.
GMAT Exam Pattern – Key Points
Number of Sections
3 hours 7 minutes
Number of Questions
400 - 800
Mode of Marking
GMAT consists of 80 questions that need to be completed within a time limit of 3 hours and 7 minutes.
The Quantitative section covers the following topics :
The Verbal section comprises the following topics :
The GMAT Syllabus comprises four sections to be attempted – Analytical Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning.
You cannot skip any of the sections.
You can take an 8 – minutes break scheduled according to the order of your sections. If not, you can skip and move on to the next section.
The Quantitative section measures your reasoning and evaluation abilities.
The Verbal test measures your comprehensive and understanding skills of the language.
Not all, but around 25% of the questions are experimental in the Quantitative and verbal section.
Yes, you can cancel your GMAT score that will require a charge of $10.
Only the registered candidate can have access to their GMAT scores.
The Analytical Writing Assessment can be rescored with the request.
GMAT costs $250 for a test.
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