What is GMAT?
GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a standardized aptitude test possessing pre-defined syllabus required for admission in MBA courses in world’s leading Business Schools. GMAT is a testifying attempt to learn how well the appearing student will perform if admitted.
The GMAT evaluates the verbal, quantitative, reasoning and analytical writing skills of the candidates. GMAT, being a computer-adaptive exam, determines the student’s ability by evaluating answers of the previously tested questions. As the student proceeds with the exam, the correct or incorrect answer given in the previous question determines the difficulty level of the next question asked. Therefore, the difficulty level of questions varies in consonance with the number of correct or incorrect answers given by the candidate.
The GMAT exam is structured in four sections namely Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing Assessment.
GMAT Classroom Training
White Glow’s GMAT classes are held twice/thrice a week for 9 weeks in totality. The time span of each class is of three hours. Twelve booklets forming the study material possess all the strategies for one to crack the GMAT exam will excellent scores.
Our GMAT classroom package is exquisitely designed for providing the candidates with the fierce practice. Comprehensive study materials and premier online testing platform leave no stone unturned for one to reach their dream scores. Library and computer lab facilities at our centers can be accessed by the students for a period of one year. The Classroom Training package is inclusive of the complimentary admissions counseling session.
GMAT One on One Training
Our knowledgeable professionals prepare customized plan for meeting the needs of the students to help them identify the weak links and work on them to bridge any gap with special and personalized guidance. The plans are made keeping the stude
Exclusive and unique study material provided by White Glow possesses a specific standardized pattern on the basis of the teaching methodology. After the description of a specific section, strategies for mastering the section are meticulously elucidated. This is followed by enormous practice drills for ensuring enhancement of the conceptual clarity. The GMAT Questions provided for the practice are segregated into two parts:
- In Class Discussions : Classroom discussions involve assessment of questions from the previously released GMAT book possessing questions from the easy, medium as well as advanced difficulty level.
- Homework drills: Homework drills comprise of the timed drills providing ample time for improving the required necessary skills.
Our devotion and dedication towards each students till their attainment of the desired score and admission in their desired school makes us provide them the access to the classes, library, online testing platform and doubt clearing sessions for a period of 12 months.
|SECTION||SCORE POINT SCALE & TIME||SKILLS TESTED|
|Writing||1 Essay/30 minutes||Analytical and comprehensive writing skills|
|Integrated Reasoning||12 questions/30 minutes||Data Analysis and Reasoning skills|
|Quantitative||37 questions/75 minutes||Mathematical and data evaluation skills|
|Verbal||41 questions/75 minutes||Reading comprehension skills|
GMAT scoring is based on five evaluative parts
- Verbal Scaled Score (on a scale from 0 to 60)
- Quantitative Scaled Score (on a scale from 0 to 60)
- Total Scaled Score (on a scale from 200 to 800)
- Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) Score (on a scale from 0 to 6)
- Integrated Reasoning Score (on a scale from 1 to 8)
A candidate’s total GMAT score is based on a scaled accumulation of verbal and quantitative scores. The AWA and Integrated Reasoning are allotted independent scores. The scores of AWA and IR do not affect the total score.
The classroom training is of 9 weeks. Classes are held twice/thrice a week. Each class is of three hours.
We would customize a preparation plan tailored to your needs
You can strengthen your areas of weaknesses by availing our private one on one tutoring.
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