GMAT Certification

GMAT Certification

GMAT certificate is the official admission requirement of graduate programs including Business, Accounting – Finance, Economics, Management worldwide.

GMAT (or Graduate Management Admission Test), administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), is a standardized test that measures the ability of applicants to more than 7,000 management training programs belonging to more than 2,300 global business graduate schools.

The test helps candidates show their own ability, is used as a measure to help compare their ability with other candidates when applying to graduate schools, is valid for 5 years, and is used for reports for 10 years. In addition, the test also helps graduate schools review academic achievement and consider whether candidates have the ability to successfully graduate or not from the graduate management training program.

The GMAT exam consists of 4 individual sections that are timed separately for each section:

    • Analytical Writing Assessment: 0-6 points
    • Integrated Reasoning: 1-8 points
    • Verbal Reasoning: 6-51 points
    • Quantitative Reasoning: 6-51 points

Taking GMAT Focus demonstrates your commitment, motivation, and ability to succeed in business school and your career.

Show you are serious about business school with the GMAT and put your skills and yourself in the spotlight.

GMAT Focus Edition is designed specifically for today’s graduate business programs.

The GMAT Focus Edition helps business school candidates stand out during the admissions process.

Schools know that candidates who take GMAT Focus are serious about earning a graduate business degree. They also know it’s a proven predictor of a student’s ability to succeed in the classroom.

The GMAT Focus Edition measures the problem-solving, critical thinking, and data analysis skills that are most relevant to graduate business programs.

Specifically, the test assesses academic skills for new managers with graduate degrees through content such as analytical writing, integrative reasoning, linguistic inference, and qualitative inference.

These skills are considered by many graduate management training institutions to be essential for candidates prior to entering the program, requiring candidates to be able to make complex judgments and solve them in a logical manner, analyze the problem at many levels and get the most appropriate solution within the specified time.

Candidates are allowed to choose the order of the test on the computer right before the start of the exam. You have 1 minute to make a selection from the 3 test order options as follows:

    • Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning
    • Verbal Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
    • Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment
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