GMAT

(Graduate Management Admission Test)

A globally recognized assessment measuring your aptitude for business studies

Overview

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The Best GMAT Prep Course developed to help you obtain your desired scores.

  • Targetted study plan to maximise speed and accuracy
  • Experienced staff with individualised expert assessment and feedback
  • Weekday/Weekend classes to help fit your schedule
  • Daily Classes with Small Batch Sizes; 1×1 coaching also available
  • Unlimited doubt-clearing sessions
  • Excellent Practice Content with Unlimited Mock Tests

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GMAT Score 740

What is GMAT?

The Graduate Management Admission Test, commonly known as GMAT, is a pivotal step in your expedition to secure a spot in any top-tier business school across the world. If you aspire to be among the chosen few in the world of business education, aiming for a GMAT score of 700+ isn’t just a goal; it becomes a necessity.

We understand the significance of GMAT in your desired academic career. As a leading coaching center, we offer first-rate coaching and guidance, tailored to boost your scores, and open doors to the finest B-schools abroad.

GMAT Exam Types

GMAT Focus Edition

Top Scorers for GMAT

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Abhash Khatana

Score: 740

Sarthak Dhingra

Score: 329

Alok Raj Sharma

Score: 720

Bhavesh Sharma

Score: 710

Dipendra Vikram Singh

Score: 690

Ashish Khurana

Score: 660

Sameer Kenkre

Score: 720

Raja Debnath

Score: 740

Sayak Dey

Score: 750

Aneesh Aggarwal

Score: 720

Prateek Maheshwari

Score: 710

Karan S. Sharma

Score: 740

Vivek Mathur

Score: 710

Ishika Walia

Score: 700

Jigyasa Tanwar

Score: 710

Ranveer Verma

Score: 720

Ganesh Singla

Score: 720

FAQ

GMAT FAQs

The GMAT Focus, an updated and next-generation version of the classic GMAT exam, was launched by GMAC on November 7, 2023. The new GMAT format is tailored to meet the evolving demands of business education and digital proficiency. Serving as the primary exam for MBA and graduate management program admissions, the new GMAT signifies a key evolution in the GMAT's format. The classic GMAT version will be officially retired on January 31, 2024.

  • Exam Structure:
    • Three Distinct Sections: Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Data Insights - NEW!
    • Flexibility to take the exam sections in any order for optimal performance - NEW!
    • Single Break Option: Granted after either the first or second section of the exam - NEW!
    • Ability to bookmark questions for review and change up to three answers per section - NEW!
  • Scoring and Reporting:
    • Revised Scoring Scale: The new GMAT features a total score range of 205 to 805 in 10-point increments, encompassing Quantitative, Verbal, and Data Insights sections - NEW!
    • Individual Section Scores: Candidates will receive individual section scores on a scale of 60 to 90 in 1-point increments - NEW!
    • Option to send your score after you know how you performed, not before - NEW!
    • An improved Official Score Report with detailed performance insights included FREE with registration - NEW!
  • Content of the Exam:
    • No Sentence Correction in the Verbal Reasoning section – NEW!
    • No Geometry questions in the Quantitative Reasoning and Data Insights sections – NEW!
    • Data Insights Section Added: This new section, replacing the Integrated Reasoning section, combines Data Sufficiency and Integrated Reasoning question styles, contributing directly to the overall GMAT score – NEW!
    • Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Removed: The AWA section is eliminated, streamlining the focus on quantitative and verbal skills – NEW!

The changes in the test represent GMAC's response to evolving business education needs. It's designed to better assess skills relevant in today's digital and data-driven age, making the new GMAT more efficient and accessible for a diverse range of candidates.

The new GMAT Exam was launched on November 7th, 2023. Registration is now open! Aspirants can check the official GMAT website and local test centres for availability in their region.

The classic version of the GMAT will be officially retired on January 31, 2024, making way for the exclusive use of the new GMAT thereafter.

With the introduction of this iteration of the test, many applicants are concerned about the validity and acceptance of scores from the classic GMAT version. GMAT Club's analysis indicates that GMAT Classic scores should remain acceptable for the following 5 years.

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the official source of GMAT, has assured that scores from the classic GMAT will retain their validity. Business schools typically accept GMAT scores that are up to five years old. Therefore, scores obtained from the current GMAT, before its retirement, will continue to be valid and accepted by business schools for 5 years post-2024.

The key differences between GMAT Focus Edition and the old GMAT include:

  • Content: GMAT Focus Edition removes the analytical writing assessment, allowing more time to focus on relevant business skills.
  • Improved Features: Features like Question Review & Edit, Select Section Order, and detailed performance insights are unique to GMAT Focus Edition
  • Data Insights - 20 Questions - 45 Minutes
    • Data Sufficiency 
    • Multi-Source Reasoning
    • Table Analysis
    • Graphic Interpretation
    • Tow-Part Analysis
  • Quantitative Reasoning - 21 Questions - 45 Minutes
  • Verbal Reasoning - 23 Questions - 45 Minutes
    • Reading Comprehension
    • Critical Reasoning
  • The scoring system and the adaptive nature of the new exam are crucial aspects for test-takers to understand as they prepare for the exam.
  • Scoring Scare for GMAT Focus:

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