GMAT Syllabus 2023: Latest GMAT Syllabus | Important Topics | PatternThe GMAT syllabus 2023 has a total of four sections. These sections are Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Verbal, and Analytical Writing Assessments. Read on to know the detailed syllabus and sub-topics.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Do GMAT AWA and IR matter for management admissions?
Yes! Even though the scores of these two sections are not factored into the overall GMAT score, they are still as important for the visa and scholarship process. Although, with the latest update of GMAT Focus Edition, the AWA and IR sections are likely to be removed.
What is the difference between the CAT and GMAT syllabus?
Some basic differences between the two exams are that the GMAT exam has a descriptive section, unlike the CAT exam. Additionally, a CAT score is not majorly accepted in many B-schools abroad and is considered more practical when applying for colleges in India. Whereas a GMAT score is widely accepted in various colleges abroad, and some selective colleges in India.
Can one choose the order in which he/she gives the GMAT exam?
Yes, one has the liberty of choosing which GMAT section he/she wishes to opt for first. Plus, a candidate will be allowed to take limited breaks between the test.
Is scoring 750 in the GMAT exam difficult?
750 is a fairly difficult score. The "simplest" way to get there is to raise your verbal and quantitative scores to at least V42 and Q50, respectively.
Which GMAT section is the most challenging?
Which section of the GMAT exam proves to be the most challenging completely depends on the individuals and their personal strengths and weaknesses. Although the GMAT quant is considered to be pretty tough, this is subjective and does not have a certain answer.
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