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Wednesday, July 27, 2005

More GMAT Study Strategy :-)

OK, I'm gonna bore you again with more useful info about cracking the GMAT. There are few important links for anyone interested in passing the GMAT and going into the MBA.

  • http://www.testmagic.com/gmat/ The 2nd Forum that tackles GMAT Questions. ( Now yall need to pay attention here, these 2 forums are all you need to study for the GMAT, they are based on feedback from GMATers).

  • http://www.mba.com/MBA/TaketheGMAT/Tools/AWATopics.htm Here is the complete list of current Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Topics used during the administration of the GMAT®. Here is the breakdown of the GMAT Exam:
  • CAT System Tutorial, Practice, and Demonstration of Competence Analytical Writing Assessment (60 minutes) Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes, 1 topic)* Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes, 1 topic) *****5-minute break (optional) ****** Quantitative Section (75 minutes)** Problem Solving (23/24 questions) Data Sufficiency (13/14 questions) Total number of questions: 37 (28 scored, 9 unscored***) *****5-minute break (optional) ****** Verbal Section (75 minutes) Critical Reasoning (14/15 questions) Sentence Correction (14/15 questions) Reading Comprehension (4 passages, 12/14 questions) Total number of questions: 41 (30 scored, 11 unscored***) TOTAL TESTING TIME: 3 hours, 20 minutes
As you know the GMAT Test is adaptive. To know how does that work check out this Link. OK, Now that I summed it up, I wont bring the GMAT up again I promise :-) I have been studying it for the past week and I got a couple more weeks :-( PALFORCE

1 comment:

Salted-Caramel said...

Yala biltawfeeg inshalah.