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GMAT Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Argument Topics. 5th Edition by Vibrant Publishers

The GMAT is the standardized test required by more than 7,000 programs and 2300 graduate schools as part of the application package to their business or management programs. Along with your undergraduate transcript, recommendations, work experience, etc., your GMAT scores will determine which college programs will grant you admission. Colleges consider these scores important for two main reasons. First, undergraduate courses and curricula vary from school to school, and second, in the same way that the SAT predicts success in college, the GMAT predicts a student's success in the challenging courses of graduate business and management programs. The higher the score you earn, the more likely you will gain admission to competitive programs at colleges around the country. The top business schools will expect to see a score of 5.5 or 6 from their applicants- but other schools might be willing to accept a score of 5 or even a little less. You can check the websites of desired programs to see the range of scores they consider acceptable as well as the weight they assign to those scores.

Due to Covid-19 restrictions, the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) started offering the GMAT Online option from April 2020 onwards. The GMAT Online has now become a permanent fixture as announced in May, 2021.The format of the Online GMAT, in terms of number of sections, number of questions per section, total test time, and scoring is exactly the same as the In-Center GMAT Test. However, you have to meet certain technology and set-up requirements before you can opt for the GMAT Online. For more details, check the official GMAT website: (dot) com/exams/gmat

The GMAT is composed of four parts: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning. The test will begin with a 30-minute Analytical Writing Assessment, followed by the 30-minute, 12-question Integrated Reasoning section. Next is the Quantitative Reasoning section, made up of 31 questions that you must answer in 62 minutes, and the Verbal Reasoning section, made up of 36 questions that must be answered in 65 minutes.

Even though the test is used for admission to business or management programs, no specific knowledge in these areas is needed to successfully complete the test. All of the information you will need to answer any individual question appears in the question and the answers. The test is computer-adaptive. The degree of difficulty of the questions will change based on your answer history. You will never get many questions that are either too difficult or too easy for you. Your success will derive from your ability to read and follow directions and carefully scrutinize the information in the question or prompt. You will need to read and write in English and have basic math and English skills. The test is delivered in English on a computer, but no special computer skills are needed to complete the test. Basic word processing skills are necessary for composing the essay.

Because the results are important, you should spend some time practicing for the GMAT. At the very least, familiarize yourself with the question formats. Taking one or more practice tests will be most helpful in ensuring a high score. Remember that the actual test is timed, so you should time yourself throughout one practice test.

The following strategies will help you complete the GMAT in a timely manner and ensure that you get the highest score possible.

a) Pace yourself; use the allotted time wisely. An on-screen clock will keep track of the time remaining and warn you when 5 minutes remain.

b) Never skim the questions and answers. You may miss important information.

c) You must confirm the answer you have selected before you can move on to the next question. As long as all of the answers appear on the screen, you can change your answer, but you cannot return to a question you have previously answered

d) You cannot skip a question, so, if you are not sure of the answer, eliminate the choices that you can and select the best answer from the choices remaining.

e) Attempt to finish all of the questions, as leaving several unanswered can have a seriously negative effect on your score.



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