GMAT Introduction

The GMAT is a standardized test designed to test your ability to succeed in an MBA program. It is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council. The GMAT is broken down into three sections:

1. An Analytical Writing section designed to test your ability to discern data and information in the technical context of modern business.
2. A Quantitative section that tests your ability to handle complex mathematical and analytical operations key to today's fast-paced business environment.
3. A Verbal Section that tests your general ability to process written information.


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The GMAT can be an intimidating test. Hopefully, this website can help you prepare for the exam.

In addition to this site, there are a lot of other useful online resources, some of which are:

The official organization that offers the GMAT, The Graduate Management Admission Council is a leading advocate and resource for quality graduate schools of business worldwide. They provide information that helps business schools and students succeed.

Wikipedia, as usual, is a great source of free information about the GMAT, and provides a great overview for the Graduate Management Admission Test.

FREE GMAT Practice Test Questions provided by TestPrepReview are useful to get a feel for the types of questions you'll face on the GMAT.

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Last Updated: 08/04/2014

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