You’ve decided you want to sit for the GMAT, this is great news! Here’s a brief beginner’s guide to everything first-timers ask about the business school admissions exam, requirements, and sections.
When applying for university admissions, most people stick to the bare minimum which reflects normality. Business schools will know you are taking the process seriously if you complete the GMAT exam.
The GMAT is composed of four parts: Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning. All the tests coagulate to show you and your school of choice what program of business study is the best niche for you. Since you took an added step by finishing the exam, it proves motivation, dedication, and an overall commitment to your individual business strengths- which sets you apart from other applicants.