The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is taking by most of the management students who are planning to pursue graduate study in the USA. Some universities in Germany, Japan, India, Canada and Nepal also require GMAT score for management students for admissions at Master’s and doctoral level. Similar to the GRE, this test also assesses three different skills of graduate students: verbal, quantitative and analytical writing. This test is also administered at USEF but the test candidates’ can do either online registration or by sending completed application for m and a bank draft for the test fee. For detailed information regarding test registration, students can collect an information bulletin from ACIE office at Kumaripati. Our GMAT preparation classes familiarize students with the test format and prepare them to be able to score higher in the real test. Several practice tests are administered at ACIE during the preparation. The teaching faculty is qualified and experienced to facilitate the course. Two experts in each section of the section conduct GMAT preparation sessions so as to ensure quality of teaching and learning. Students are required to attend regular full- length Sunday tests and there are frequent section-wise tests within the class. Tutorials are offered for two hours from Monday through Friday and the course runs for six weeks. Students are provided with a basic text and the ACIE library olds a wide range of test preparation materials for both reference and loans. The students are provided with the facility of Sunday Test.
|Sections||Number of Questions||Kinds of Questions||Time|
|1.Analytical Writing||1||Analysis of an Argument||30 minutes|
|2.Verbal||41||1.Sentence Improving 2.Reading Comprehension 3. Critical Reasoning||75 minutes|
|3.Integrated Reasoning||12||Data Interpretation||30 minutes|
|4. Math||37||Data sufficiency Problem solving||