GMAT – Graduate Management Admission Test

What is GMAT? ?

The GMAT exam is the best way to get the world’s top graduate management business programs to notice you. The exam measures your verbal, quantitative, integrated reasoning, and analytical writing skills.

The GMAT is a three-and-a-half-hour long exam, broken into four different sections which measures higher-order reasoning rather than facts or subject areas. While you will use skills you learned in geometry, algebra and English classes to answer the test questions, the exam is not a test of these skills. It is designed to assess your ability to analyze data and use reasoning to solve problems.

Sections of GMAT

Analytical Writing Assessment

Evaluate the reasoning behind and write a critique of an argument considering various perspectives and using relevant reasons or examples drawn from your experience, observations, or reading to develop a position on the issue.

30 Minutes | 1 Question | Score: 0 – 6
• Analysis of an Argument

Integrated Reasoning

Showcase your highly valued integrated reasoning skills which are keys for success in the classroom and workplace by reviewing a set of data, answer questions, develop strategies and make decisions based on that information.

30 Minutes | 12 Questions | Score: 1 – 8
• Graphics interpretation | • Table analysis | • Multi-source reasoning | • Two-part analysis

Quantitative Reasoning

The Quantitative section of the GMAT measures your ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic data.

62 Mins | 31 Questions | Score: 6 – 51
• Data Sufficiency | • Problem Solving

Verbal Reasoning

The Verbal section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to read and comprehend written material, reason and evaluate arguments, and correct written material using standard written English.

65 Mins | 36 Questions | Score: 6 – 51
• Reading Comprehension | • Critical Reasoning | • Sentence Correction

Our Approach

Topic Wise Practice Questions

All modular resources will be provided by us including topic wise practice material and mock papers. Mock papers are an integral part of a student’s GRE preparation.

Full Length Supervised Tests

To achieve the purpose of understanding the prograess of students and provide them the necessary coaching at required intervals.

AWA Section

Our AWA test prep services have been designed to help students improve their AWA scores, thereby enhancing their eligibility for securing admission in top-ranked universities.

Modular Approach

We employ a modular approach which allows you the flexibility of picking up topics and joining our batches at your own convenience. You can also expedite your course or delay it as per your requirement.

Doubt Solving

Unlimited one-on-one sessions with the professors for doubt solving till your GRE exam date. This helps students work on their areas of weakness.

Periodic Assessments

At MissionCareer, we ensure that students receive continuous feedback regarding their mastery of concepts and their areas of weakness.

Small Batches

Our professors know that doubts can be efficiently solved in small sized batches ONLY. Hence, our batches accommodate max. 20 students for individual attention.

Interactive Lectures

Interactive lectures are classes in which the instructor breaks the lecture at least once per class to have students participate in an activity that lets them work directly with the material.

Lecture Topics


Frequently asked questions?

Administered by:

GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council)

Required for:

Students who want to pursue PG Degree/ Masters in Business Administration Entrance exam in USA primarily. However there are some Premier Ivy League universities in UK that may also require GMAT to be taken as a qualifying exam. GMAT is also accepted by IIMs, ISB and Some other colleges for their executive MBA programs


The score is valid for 5 years.


The score is sent to 5 universities by GMAC free of cost at the time of exam. GMAC charges additionally for scores sent to universities later.




The GMAT test is a computer adaptive test (CAT).


Online, Phone, Mail, Fax.


Forms are available at USEFI (U.S. Education Foundation in India) or they can be downloaded from the website.

Requirements For Web/Phone and Mail Registration or Requirements For Registration:

Name as in the Passport, Address, Credit Card Number, Name of the Cardholder, Expiry date of the card. (The card has to be an International Card).

  • Online Registration can be done only via International Credit card. International Credit cards that can be used are American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or VISA card. Debit card cannot be used for online registration in India.

Mail the International Test Scheduling Form (PDF) to the appropriate RRC with appropriate payment, (at least 3 weeks prior to intended date).

  • ETS now accepts payments via the Western Union Quick Pay service for computer-based testing administrations. Only original receipts will be accepted by Prometric.
  • One can register over the phone by using an American Express, Discover, JCB, MasterCard or a VISA International Credit card.
  • Post that, students need to call the appropriate RRC at least two business days before preferred date [Regional Registration Center]. A confirmation number, reporting time, and the test center address will be given to you when you call.
  • Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Bhopal, Bhubaneswar, Chennai, Cochin, Coimbatore, Dehradun, Gurgaon, Guwahati, Hyderabad, Indore, Jaipur, Kolkata, Lucknow, Manipal, Mohali, Mumbai, Mysore, Nagpur, New Delhi, Noida, Patiala, Patna, Pilani, Pune, Raipur, Ranchi, Surat, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum, Vellore, Vijayawada & Vishakhapatnam
  • Online Registration

    • A registration number is given as terms of confirmation

    By Phone

    • A confirmation number, reporting time, and the test center address will be given to you when you call

    By Mail

    • A confirmation number, reporting time and the test center address will be mailed to you.
  • Has to be changed completely due to the 7 full calendar days and within 7 days clause.

    • Intimation is to be given to GMAC 7 days prior to the examination date
    • Appointments rescheduled at least 7 full calendar days before the original appointment will incur an additional fee of $60
    • Appointments rescheduled within 7 calendar days of the original appointment will be charged $250, which means that the original testing fee will be forfeited
    • The rescheduling fee is subject to change without notice
  • Has to be changed completely due to the 7 full calendar days and within 7 days clause.

    • Intimation is to be given to GMAC 7 days prior to the examination date. If you cancel your test appointment atleast 7 full calendar days in advance of the date and time of your appointment, you will receive a partial refund of US$ 80
    • If you cancel your appointment within seven full calendar days of your scheduled test date and time, the entire registration fee will be forfeited
    • The cancellation refund is subject to change without notice
    • If you cancel by phone, you will see a credit of US$80 credit on your account but also a service charge of US$10.
    • If you cancel your exam less than seven full days prior to your exam date and time, you are not eligible for a refund. If you cancel the exam by phone, you may be asked for a US$10 service fee.
    • If you miss your scheduled exam time for any reason, your registration fee will be forfeited.
Number of tests:
  • Only 1 test can be given in a calender month and no more than 5 times in a year.
  • Total score is out of 800 (Quantitative & Verbal) and Integrated Reasoning (0 – 12), Analytical Writing Assessment (Essays) is scaled from 0 – 6.

    All the scores and dates are sent to the universities if the test is taken more than once.
    Scores can be cancelled before coming out of the test.

The Four Sections of the GMAT exam – Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal.
  • Section Time Limit / Number of Questions Question Types Score Range
    Analytical Writing Assessment 30 minutes
    1 question
    Analysis of an Argument 0-6
    (in 0.5-point increments)
    Integrated Reasoning 30 minutes
    12 questions
    Graphics Interpretation, Table Analysis, Multi-source Reasoning, Two-part Analysis 1-8
    (in 1-point increments)
    Quantitative Reasoning 62 minutes
    31 questions
    Data Sufficiency, Problem Solving 6-51
    (in 1-point increments)
    Verbal Reasoning 65 minutes
    36 questions
    Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction 6-51
    (in 1-point increments)
Benefits of a High GMAT Score:

A high score will increase the chances of admission in top Business Schools

    • Visa Officers also give weightage to high GMAT scores while considering Visa applications
    • Chances of getting Scholarships / Financial Aid are bright with a high GMAT score