The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a 3½-hour standardized exam designed to predict how test takers will perform academically in MBA (Masters in Business Administration) programs. GMAT is administered round the year, and its scores are valid for five years’. The test has been administered for over 50 years, in more than 160 countries around the world including USA, UK, Canada, Australia, New-Zealand, China and India by the GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council). The GMAT is a computer adaptive test (CAT) and no two students get an identical set of questions and the scores are used by graduate business schools to make admission decisions.
The GMAT seeks to measure four broad skill areas: analytical writing, quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning, and integrated reasoning (which embraces analytical, quantitative, and verbal reasoning). The exam measures these skills through four separate components:
- 30-minute Analytical Writing Assessment (one writing task)
- 30-minute Integrated Reasoning section (12 multiple-choice questions, most of which are multi-part)
- 75-minute Quantitative section (37 multiple-choice questions)
- 75-minute Verbal section (41 multiple-choice questions)
Each four exam sections there is a separate scaled score and percentile rank awarded. The GMAT is not a pass/fail test, this means that a combined Quantitative/Verbal score (called a Total score) and corresponding percentile rank are also awarded.
THE GMAT STRUCTURE
The GMAT total score is reported on a scale from 200 to 800. Note that your AWA performance is not reflected in your total GMAT score (on 800). You get to know your total – verbal, and quantitative score immediately after taking the test.
ANALYTICAL WRITING ASSESSMENT (AWA).
1 topic Analysis of Argument 30 minutes
12 questions in multi-source Reasoning.
37 Questions in Data sufficiency
THE GMAT SCORING PATTERN
|1.||Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)||From 0-6 in 0.5 increments|
|2.||Integrated Reasoning section||On a scale of 1-8 in 1 point increments|
|3.||Quantitative scores||From 0 to 60 (known as scale score).|
|4.||Verbal scores||From 0 to 60 (scale score)|
|5.||Total score||200-800 in 10 point increments|
HOW DO I REGISTER FOR THE GMAT IN NIGERIA?
The GMAT is written all round the year. The test is administered 5 days a week (Monday through Friday except or public holiday), twice a day. It is advisable when you plan to take the test, to register with us very early (30 days in advance) to get a date of your choice.
GMAT TRAINING CENTRE IN NIGERIA
Our all-inclusive GMAT training programmes is especially geared to help you develop the test – taking skills required in passing the GMAT®. Our teaching philosophy is based on three key elements – Concept, Application and Strategy, we focus on skill-based approach that leads to mastery and preparation of the test.
THE GMAT TUTORS IN NIGERIA
Our instructors are experienced tutors that adjusts to the individual learning style. Our teachers specialize in preparing students for standardized tests.
Techniques Designed for Nigerians; The Educational Resource Agency GMAT curriculum is built ground-up keeping Nigeria students in mind, and you will see the difference in the course right since day one. This is not a promise, this is a guarantee! To enroll for GMAT classroom programmes, please visit our Office: Plot 215, Ademola Adetokumbo Crescent, Wuse 2, Abuja.
GMAT TEST DATES IN NIGERIA
The test can be taken in both Lagos and Abuja all-round the year.
Lagos test days; Lagos GMAT centers test on all days except (public holidays and Sundays of every week).
Abuja test days; Abuja GMAT centers test only on Tuesdays and Thursdays of every week except on public holidays.
To book for a date, please complete this Registration form or call us on 09037000093, 09037000093, or send us an email on firstname.lastname@example.org