GMAT Exam Guide
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is accepted by more than 5,800 business schools. The GMAT was designed to predict a student’s aptitude for completing a master’s degree in business administration. There are four sections on the GMAT: analytical writing, integrated reasoning, quantitative reasoning, and verbal reasoning.
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