The GMAT exam is a standardized test used for admission into graduate management programs, such as MBA programs, in the United States and other countries. It consists of four sections: analytical writing assessment, integrated reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning. The analytical writing assessment measures critical thinking and communication skills, while integrated reasoning tests the ability to interpret and analyze complex data. The quantitative and verbal reasoning sections evaluate problem-solving abilities and comprehension, respectively. The test is scored on a scale of 200-800 for the quantitative and verbal sections, with a separate score for the other two sections. The GMAT is accepted by thousands of business schools worldwide and is designed to predict a student's academic success in graduate management programs.

GMAT Test Structure

The section order can be chosen according to one's strength and weakness, although the number of questions in each section remains the same. 1. AWA>IR>QA>VA 2. QA>VA>IR>AWA 3. VA>QA>IR>AWA

Detailed Course Structure

* Live Classes by immensely experienced Faculties * Faculties has 20+ years experience * Concept Clarity from Basic to Advance * One-to-OneMentoring * Unlimited Live doubts * Extensive Study Material provided * 11 Mock Test * Analysis of Every Mock Test * Individual and Group Classes


GMAT Focus Edition is being launched from the fourth quarter of 2023. The total duration of the test is reduced to 2 hours 15 minutes without break.

Changes in the New Version

* Scores are ranging from 205-805 * Addition of New Section: Data Insight * Removal of Two Sections : IR & AWA * Selection of section order according to one's preference * All the three sections are weighted equally towards the total score * Bookmark and review as many questions as one wants * Change 3 responses per section * Number of questions reduced to 64 questions * 5 free score reports to programs within 48 hours of receiving Official Score Report