GMAT 2013 Exam, Preparation & Important Dates

25868 Followers - 240 Articles - 948 Questions and Answers

Welcome to GMAT Preparation - Free GMAT Resource

by Krista

GMAT,
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 community
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 inside.


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 their wisdom.


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:


4 Comments
    Minguism
    Vote
    Current Rating
    1
    Rate Up
    Rate Down
    MinguismMon, 18 Jun 2012 10:28:08 -0000

    Me Pershing b.tech final year….(march 2013) so I just want to know ..how I will prepare for gmate and how?
    Is there any institute for perparation of gmate ?

    Post Comments

    Reply to This
    IJR112
    Vote
    Current Rating
    1
    Rate Up
    Rate Down
    IJR112Wed, 09 Nov 2011 02:30:14 -0000

    Hi, there is also a great site How to Study for the GMAT for learning how best to study for the test. Very informative.

    Post Comments

    Reply to This
    shivgan3
    Vote
    Current Rating
    1
    Rate Up
    Rate Down
    shivgan joshiSun, 26 Jun 2011 06:05:24 -0000

    Hi, thank you for posting this info:
    check out this free course page where where you can view around 100 of free lectures on GMAT:
    http://www.wiziq.com/course/697-GMAT-Study-Group
    Its an open source project aim to help students.

    Post Comments

    Reply to This
    Poshmonkey
    Vote
    Current Rating
    1
    Rate Up
    Rate Down
    Karin Schroeck-SinghWed, 09 Jul 2008 13:59:59 -0000

    Just a short note to inform students that not all universities require a GMAT in order to do an MBA. The University of Leicester in the UK for example. This doesnt't mean that it is not a good university, by the way. I am sure there are more out there who also don't have it as one of their requirements.

    Post Comments

    JohnPhilipGreen
    Rating
    1
    Rate Up
    John Philip GreenWed, 09 Jul 2008 14:07:05 -0000

    That's interesting! I didn't know there were schools that didn't require the GMAT… nearly every one I'd come across did.

    Reply to This

Your Comment

Avatar
Vote
Current Rating
0
Rate Up
Rate Down
Have an account? Log In

Textile is Enabled. View Reference.
Lead_arrow_side

Apply to Top MBA Colleges accepting GMAT

Apply to Top MBA Colleges across the world accepting GMAT Scores

About the Author

acrosstheuniverse
Name:
About: Life is beautiful. I enjoy traveling, meeting new people and hearing their stories, street festivals, art installations, patios, concerts, film, knitting terrible scarves and living each day to its fullest.

Last Updated At Dec 13, 2012
46151 Views

4 Comments

Similar Articles

More Lessons