GMAT 2017: Exam Date, Result, Eligibility, Application Form

GMAT 2017: EXAM DATE, RESULT, ELIGIBILITY, APPLICATION FORM

  • GMAT stands for Graduation Management Admission Test.
  • It is a worldwide accepted computer-adaptive test for the admission in top business school.
  • It assesses a person’s analytical, quantitative, verbal and reading skills in standard English.
  • The speciality of the test and its acceptance worldwide is that the questions vary depending upon the previous question answered, its difficulty, accuracy and time on solving.  
  • It comes under Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).

Who Accepts GMAT:

  • GMAT is widely accepted worldwide with over 2100 institutions and universities offering over 5900 courses
  • The courses include MBA, Master of Finance, Master in Economics, etc. and the exam is a part of the selection.

Fees of GMAT:

  • The examination fee for a GMAT is $250 which converts to roughly Rs. 15000-16000.

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0 # neha goyal Older than three months
This is quite career oriented blog. Thank you for sharing it.
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0 # Aarush Older than three months
How are the students selected from the CAT examination?
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0 # Jagan Older than three months
The student are provided percentile based on the marks secured. Top percentile students get call from the colleges for interview and are selected for the admission.
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0 # Vivaan Older than three months
Could you suggest some of the coaching institutes for preparing MBA entrance?
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0 # Mukesh Older than three months
The most popular coaching institute is TIME. Other coaching institues are Career Launches, IMS etc.
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0 # Sahil Ahamad Older than three months
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