Graduate Management Admission Test

Conquer the GMAT, Your ticket to a top MBA. Prepare for the test with our top-secret viral study techniques.

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To get into your desired university across the world





The GMAT is no ordinary test. The shortest GMAT exam ever at 2 hours, 15 minutes, with only 3 sections, 64 questions, and no writing assessment. Mastery of the GMAT can unlock the door to the world’s premier MBA programs.

This computer adaptive exam is your chance to prove your mettle in:

  • The Data Insights – Measures candidates’ ability to analyze and interpret data and apply it to real-world business scenarios.
    Quantitative Reasoning – Show your mathematical prowess across algebra, arithmetic, and geometry.
    Verbal Reasoning – Display strong English language skills and advanced reasoning.

Your performance serves up a total score from 200 to 800 points, along with an invaluable percentile ranking that shows where you stand versus other applicants.

While top GMAT scores don’t guarantee admission, they certainly strengthen your case. When paired with your academic record, work experience and other elements, a high GMAT score signals you have the raw talent to thrive in a rigorous global MBA program.

This is a high-stakes test. One that demands rigorous preparation and flawless focus. Our proven instructors have guided thousands of students to GMAT success. With our structured curriculum, adaptive learning tools and comprehensive support, you’ll master techniques to beat the GMAT and realize your ambitions.

The countdown to test day has begun. Launch your MBA journey – contact us to start prepping for the GMAT!

Examination Format

The GMAT is a standardized exam used for admission into many MBA programs internationally. It aims to measure verbal reasoning, quantitative reasoning,data insights skills. The GMAT has 3 main sections: Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Data Insights . The overall test time is about 2 hour and 15 minutes. There are three sections. GMAT™ Focus Edition Total Scores range from 205 – 805. Many graduate programs have minimum score requirements.

Section Duration in Minutes Number of Questions
Quantitative Reasoning
45 minutes
21 questions, assesses problem solving skills
Verbal Reasoning
45 minutes
23 questions, assesses critical reasoning and reading comprehension skills
Data Insights
45 minutes
20 questions, assesses data literacy skills