GMAT Syllabus 2015:
Applicants who are preparing for Graduate Management Aptitude Test may get the complete GMAT Syllabus 2015 from this page which is created by the team of bharatrecruitment.com. According to GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council), GMAT measures the analytical and problem solving abilities of the candidates and it is conducted for those students who are seeking admission in MBA Courses.
It is mandatory to have examination scheme as gives you info about covering subjects & topics and it helps in better preparation. You no need to search anymore as this page is providing you latest GMAT Syllabus 2015 with exam pattern:
GMAT is now also known as Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) which consisting of four sections namely Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative section, and Verbal Skills Segment.
Analytical Writing Assessment
Analytical writing Assessment comprises of two short essay. The first essay is based on the study of a topic on which you have to write in your views. The second essay is analysis of an argument, in which you have to give arguments.
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This section include the questions based on Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving require the basic knowledge of
- Elementary Algebra
- Concepts of Geometry
- Permutations and Combinations
- Linear Equations
- Ratio and Proportions
- Exponents and roots etc
Verbal Skills Section
- Critical Reasoning
- Sentence Correction
- Reading Comprehensions
- Constructions of sentence
- Misplace Modifiers
- Countable vs uncountable etc.
Integrated Reasoning Section
Give the answers to questions of type Table Analysis, Graphics Interpretation, Multi-source Reasoning and Two Part Analysis.
GMAT Exam Pattern:
|Section||Number of Questions||Duration|
|Analytical Writing||Analysis of Argument||30 minutes|
|Quantitative Section||37 Multiple Choice||75 minutes|
|Verbal Skills Section||41 Multiple Choice||75 minutes|
|Integrated Reasoning Section||12 Questions||30 minutes|
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