What Skills Does it Test?
Analytical Writing (1 essay question- 30 minutes)
This essay portion shows your writing abilities as you’ll be given an argumentative prompt to criticize and pick apart. Critique the author’s reasoning, provide ample analysis, and communicate your thoughts clearly to score highly. It will not factor this score into your final GMAT score, as it is graded independently by an essay grader.
Integrated Reasoning (12 multi-part questions- 30 minutes)
Your strength in this section reflects your data interpretation and evaluation skills. Decode graphics and charts to formulate a conclusive analysis.
Quantitative Reasoning (31 questions- 62 minutes)
Of course, with any technical exam, there must be a mathematics section. In this component, you’ll be answering questions on basic math topics such as geometry, algebra, data sufficiency, and problem-solving.
Verbal Reasoning (36 multiple choice questions- 65 minutes)
This section is adaptive, so questions are curated based on previous answers’ validity. It tests for applicants’ critical thinking, sentence correction, and reading comprehension.