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GMAT is a standardized assessment used by top business schools around the world to assess the academic abilities of their applicants. While a high GMAT score is essential in getting into top business schools like Harvard or Stanford or Northwestern, it is only one measure. The overall merit of each application also includes other criteria such as working experience, leadership track record, student essay , grades achieved at first degree and performance at the admission interviews.

The GMAT consists of 3 main parts, the Analytical Writing Assessment , the Quantitative section and the Verbal section. The three and a half hour computer adaptive test is made up of multiple-choice questions and 2 essays. GMAT scores are valid for 5 years.

As an indication, the average GMAT score for admission to Harvard Business School is around 710.

For more information, please visit the website of Graduate Management Admission Council at www.gmac.com

PLEASE NOTE: The GMAT tests your critical reasoning and analytical skills in Quantitative and Verbal topics. It is more than an IQ test. The purpose is to assess your ability to complete a demanding graduate level program at a good university. It is most popular amongst American universities. Universities outside USA typically do not require GMAT scores as they have their own evaluation mechanism.


 
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