Graduate Management Admission Test


GMAT Coaching Classes in Gandhinagar

In today’s highly competitive world, holding a graduation degree is not enough. If you want a job offer in a reputed office with a satisfactory package, you must first gain the upper hand over the rest running with you in the race. This is possible only with the help of a Master’s degree from a reputed global college or university. To open the doors of the best universities abroad, you have to clear your GMAT exam and achieve exceptional results to get admission to top colleges. By clearing a GMAT exam, you will not only develop your personal and professional skills and add valuable expertise to your resume but also give way to endless opportunities for your career. A high GMAT score helps employers judge a candidate’s analytical thinking as well as problem-solving skills. Also, many universities and business programs offer scholarships to students with good GMAT scores. Thus, GMAT is a must to sky-rocket your career. But before appearing, you have to prepare for the exam, and Mehul Soni’s GMAT coaching in Gandhinagar can help you.

What is GMAT?

GMAT stands for Graduate Management Admission Test. This exam was introduced in 1954 and is reviewed and managed by The Graduate Management Council (GMAC). GMAT is a standardised tool used by many MBA colleges and universities to assess the candidate’s critical and analytical ability to become a leader (manager) in the future. A GMAT score is an indicator of an applicant’s aptitude, which helps colleges decide whether to approve their application or not. Every year nearly 2, 00,000 students apply for GMAT. Over 110 countries accept GMAT scores, some of which are the UK, USA, Australia, New Zealand, India, Singapore, Sweden, Netherlands, etc. Thousands of universities accept GMAT scores. Hence, competition is high, and MSIP’s GMAT classes in Mansa will guide you on how to steer clear of your way and reach the top.

Understanding GMAT

The GMAT exam is a time-bound and multiple-choice exam divided into 4 main sections. These sections are Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment. The GMAT exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes with two 8-minute optional breaks. It is a computer-based t(online) test but in areas with no computer access, candidates can visit the centre and appear for an offline test too! The online test offers more flexibility, but once you enrol with MSIP’s GMAT classes in Gandhinagar, you will have a detailed understanding of both exam patterns and which one you must opt for at your convenience.

What are the GMAT Test Modules?

Although we have mentioned the 4 main sections of the GMAT exam, our GMAT coaching in Mansa has prepared a comprehensive breakdown of each section for students to understand what to expect from this test.

1. Quantitative Reasoning: The Quant section is designed to check a candidate’s ability to solve math-related problems, including number properties, algebra, geometry and statistics. The Quantitative Reasoning section consists of two problem types: Data-Sufficiency and Problem-Solving.

  • The time limit of this section is 62 minutes, and the number of questions asked is 31.

2. Verbal Reasoning: The Verbal section gauges the student’s command over the English language in written format. It also evaluates your skill in analysing arguments and your ability to read and comprehend. This section includes three problem types: Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension.

  • The time limit of this section is 65 minutes, and the number of questions asked is 36.

3. Integrated Reasoning: IR is a combination of Quant and Verbal. In this section, a lot of data will be provided to you. This section measures your ability to analyse data and pick only relevant pieces of information. This section comprises four problem types: Multi-Source Reasoning, Table Analysis, Graphics Interpretation and Two-Part Analysis.

  • The time limit of this section is 30 minutes, and the number of questions asked is 12.

4. Analytical Writing Assessment: This is an essay section wherein evaluators analyse your writing skills.

  • The time limit of this section is 30 minutes, and number of questions asked is 1.

You will be presented with 3 types of section orders for the exam. You can select the section order which is most comfortable for you.

GMAT Scoring Pattern

The ideal GMAT score to get admission to the top 10 B-schools is within the range of 710 to 740. Hence,
you must set a goal of achieving 710 or higher. The maximum score one can achieve is 800. But if you don’t fare to that level,
there are many schools to which you can apply with a lower score.

GMAT Fee Structure

The GMAT fee in India is approximately INR 21,000/-

How to prepare for GMAT?

The primary purpose of the GMAT is to prepare students for their MBA journey ahead. Hence, this entry-level exam is challenging and a skill-based exam. Skills can be improved and worked upon with the right mentorship and guidance at Mehul Soni’s GMAT coaching in Gandhinagar. We are the leading and reliable educational hub with top-class facilities to help you achieve your dreams. We have fully-furnished GMAT classes in GMAT which will allow you to study and focus comfortably. Plus, we have experienced faculties on board to show you the way and impart excellent knowledge. The teachers of GMAT classes in Gandhinagar are available 24x7 for all students’ doubts. Moreover, we also provide quality study materials, books, valuable tips and notes for students to pass smoothly.

Frequently Asked Questions?

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Registration Fees

Rs. 15,500/-