- Content Type
GMAT Punch of the Week Every week, we come up with a set of challenging questions for all you GMAT aspirants. The idea is to make you attempt out of the box questions and think non linear - both o...
or the Graduate Management Admission Test was created by business schools to measure the skills necessary for a graduate student to succeed in MBA programs. Studies show that this test is the best indicator for success in such programs, and as a result about 4000 programs in 1800 graduate schools around the world use this test for admission decisions. If you want to get into a Graduate Managerial Program, you need to score well on the GMAT.
The GMAT Prep
provides you with completely free tools to help you get results. Helping you plan, prep and study for your GMAT test, this community gives you everything from tips and tricks, 100s of trivia questions, concept lessons and follow-up tests.
Specific resources include help with…
- Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
- Quantitative Section
- Verbal Section
Join the GMAT Preparation
community and access the free lessons
How can this community help me?
This LearnHub community offers help with
GMAT preparation. Check out the specific
AWA, Quantitative, and Verbal sections
for lessons, tests, question banks, general tips, and more! This
community is also populated with students who have previously taken
the GMAT test who are willing to lend
To access the following free content, join here.
Lessons and Tests for AWA:
|Lesson: GMAT AWA: Analysis of an Issue|
|Lesson: GMAT AWA: Analysis of an Argument|
|Lesson: GMAT AWA: Step by Step Guide to GMAT Issue Essay|
Access these AWA lessons by joining the community!
Lessons and Tests for Quantitative:
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Problem Solving 1||Test: Quantitative Problems|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Problem Solving 2||Test: Quantitative Problems II|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Data Sufficiency||Test: Quantitative Problems III|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Strategies|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: More Strategies|
|Presentation: GMAT Quantitative: Data Sufficiency||Test: Data Sufficiency|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Sample Problems|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Sample Problems 2|
|Lesson: GMAT Quantitative: Sample Problems 3|
Access these Reading lessons by joining the community!
Lessons and Tests for Verbal:
|Lesson: GMAT Verbal: Reading Comprehension||Test: Verbal Test I|
|Lesson: GMAT Verbal: Critical Reasoning||Test: Verbal Test II|
|Lesson: GMAT Prep: Sentence Correction||Test: Reading Comprehension I|
|Lesson: GMAT Verbal: Critical Reasoning||Test: Reading Comprehension II|
|Lesson: GMAT Verbal: More on Reading Comprehension||Test: Reading Comprehension III|
Access these Writing lessons by joining the community!
What is the GMAT?
The GMAT is a standardized test that is offered on computer only (although a paper-based test is offered a few times a year in certain regions). The test measures your verbal, quantitative and analytical writing skills. As such, it contains 3 sections, one per topic. The GMAT does not measure anything about your business theory knowledge, job skills, etc.
The format of the GMAT is as follows:
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) - You have to face 2 writing tasks.
Quantitative Section - This section contains 37 multiple choice questions of two types (which are intermingled with each other on the actual test).
Verbal Section - 41 multiple
choice questions of 3 different types: A. Reading Comprehension, B.
Critical Reasoning, and C. Sentence Correction.
All information, lessons, and tests, as well as active GMAT experts are available to answer your questions through community Discussions. All this is available freely to members of the LearnHub GMAT Preparation community. So, why not:
Apply to Top MBA Colleges across the world accepting GMAT Scores