Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our User Agreement and Privacy Policy.

Slideshare uses cookies to improve functionality and performance, and to provide you with relevant advertising. If you continue browsing the site, you agree to the use of cookies on this website. See our Privacy Policy and User Agreement for details.

Like this presentation? Why not share!

- Gmat Ppt by Vidyacenter 9587 views
- Magoosh's Complete Guide to the GMAT by Magoosh 99480 views
- Gmat secrets by MasterPrep 1461 views
- Manhattan Elite Prep Practical GMAT... by Manhattan Elite P... 2307 views
- GMAT Prep Ebook from GMATPill by GMAT Pill 3992 views
- Gmat-sentence-correction-guide by Rushabh Vora 1508 views

1,429 views

1,261 views

1,261 views

Published on

No Downloads

Total views

1,429

On SlideShare

0

From Embeds

0

Number of Embeds

0

Shares

0

Downloads

96

Comments

0

Likes

2

No embeds

No notes for slide

- 1. Orientation to GMAT All you need to know about : GMAT www.mja.in
- 2. What’s in the slides ? 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 6) 7) 8) What is GMAT ? GMAT Exam Structure What is Tested : Quant ? What is Tested : Verbal? Test Procedure Getting Your Scores Cancelling your Scores Retaking GMAT www.mja.in
- 3. What is the GMAT? • Graduate Management Admission Test – Computer adaptive test – Does not measure individual’s creativity or motivation – No specific business knowledge needed • Test measures an individual’s – Verbal Skills – Mathematical Skills – Writing Skills www.mja.in
- 4. Exam format www.mja.in
- 5. 1. Integrated Reasoning (IR) • Questions : 12 • Duration : 30 min • Reasoning based questions • • • • Two part analysis Table / Graph / Chart analysis Multi source analysis Graphics interpretation • Score : (1-8) in 1/2 point increments www.mja.in
- 6. 2. Analytical Writing • 1 Essay • Analysis of an argument • Duration : 30 minutes • Score : (0 – 6) in 1/2 point increments www.mja.in
- 7. 3. Quant Section • Questions : 37 • Duration : 75 min • 2 formats - Problem solving :19 Questions - Data Analysis : 18 Questions • Test general knowledge of arithmetic, algebra, & geometry • No calculus, trig, or complicated geometry www.mja.in
- 8. Topics tested • Axiom and Fundamentals (properties of integers, + & - numbers, even & odd) • Arithmetic Operations ( + - x / etc.) • Fractions & Decimals • Ratios • Percentages • Averages • Exponents and Radicals www.mja.in
- 9. PS: Algebra • You will be asked to write an equation that will answer a question regardless of what a “certain number x” is – PLUG IN: pick numbers for the letters in the problem – Plug in from the outside in (A,E,B,D,C) www.mja.in
- 10. Data Sufficiency • Consists of a question followed by 2 statements • You don’t need to calculate the actual answer • You need to decide WHETHER the question can be answered based on the given info in the 2 statements www.mja.in
- 11. 4. Verbal Section • • • • • Questions : 41 Duration : 75 min Sentence Correction: 15 questions Reading Comprehension: 15 questions Critical Reasoning: 11 questions www.mja.in
- 12. a) Sentence Correction • • • • • • Pronouns Misplaced modifiers Tense Subject-verb agreement Apples-and-oranges Quantity words www.mja.in
- 13. b) Reading Comprehension Three most common questions types – What is the primary purpose of this passage? – What is the author’s tone? – Which choice given best describes the structure of the passage? www.mja.in
- 14. c) Critical Reasoning • Short passages with one or two questions • Three parts – Conclusion – Premises – Assumptions www.mja.in
- 15. c) Critical Reasoning.. contd Question types • • • • • • • Assumption - Look for a flaw in the argument Weaken the Argument - Look for flaws in reasoning Strengthen the Argument - Look for support answers Find the Conclusion- Break down the argument Inference - Concern the premises, not the conclusion Resolve the Paradox Questions - look for contradiction Mimic the Reasoning Questions - find argument that mimics the method of reasoning used [if A, then B] www.mja.in
- 16. Test Procedures and Regulations • Restrictions – Not allowed : calculators, books, notes… – Scratch paper and pencils provided – Two 5 minute breaks – Personal items will be locked up • Cancellation of score if you fail to comply www.mja.in
- 17. Getting Your Scores • Scores sent to up to 5 institutions /programs • GMAT yields four scores: verbal, quantitative, AWA, IR & total • Official score mailed in ≈ 2 weeks www.mja.in
- 18. Canceling Scores • May cancel, on computer, immediately following last section of test • Scores cannot be canceled once viewed • No partial cancellations • No Refunds, even if you cancel • Cancellations reported to score recipients www.mja.in
- 19. Repeating the GMAT • No more than one time in a calendar month – Even if scores are cancelled • Latest scores and two most recent scores are reported to designated recipients • Test scores valid for 5 years www.mja.in
- 20. BEST OF LUCK !! -Team MJA www.mja.in

No public clipboards found for this slide

Be the first to comment