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Re: GMAT Preparation
The GMAT is a computer adaptive test that assesses an applicant’s potential by testing various parameters to determine their expertise in various areas by means of four sections in the new exam pattern: Analytical Writing Assessment Integrated Reasoning Section Quantitative Section Verbal Section Section 1: Analytical Writing Assessment This section has a 30-minute essay which includes: Section 2: Integrated Reasoning (IR) This new section of the GMAT and It has 12 questions with thirty minutes to answer this section. Section 3: Quantitative Section This is the third section of the GMAT. You have to attempt 37 questions with 75 minutes to complete this section. Section 4: GMAT Verbal Section In this last section of the GMAT, you’ll have 75 minutes to answer 41 multiple choice questions that fall in one of the following category: Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction. GMAT Syllabus GMAT Quantitative / Maths Syllabus Following are some of the topics you can expect in the quantitative section: Maths Formulas List Integers Decimals Fractions Number properties Order of operations Percentage Ratio and proportion Profit and loss Simple and compound interest Speed, distance and time Permutation & combination Linear equations Quadratic equations Sets Statistics: Average, Median, Mode, Range, Standard deviation Powers and roots Probability Pipes, cisterns, work, time Lines and angles Triangles Polygon Quadrilateral Circles Co-ordinate geometry Volume and surface area GMAT Verbal / Grammar Syllabus Following are some of the topics you can expect in the GMAT verbal section. They generally revolve around basic grammar rules. Basic Sentence structure: Nouns, Pronouns, Adjectives Verb Tense Idioms & Idiomatic Expressions Pronoun Agreement Subject Verb Agreement Modifiers Parallelism Here I am attaching pdf file of GMAT paper which is free for download…. |