GMAT, the Graduate Management Admission Test, is a standardized admission test that is required by business schools throughout the world as an assessment of the applicant's ability to succeed in an MBA program. The test measures quantitative, analytical and writing skills of MBA applicants. The test does not measure specific business competence or knowledge. Admission offices use GMAT as one predictor of the applicant's performance in the course of study.
GMAT is delivered in English and does not distinguish between the native-speaking and international test-takers. Being a computer-based test, GMAT adapts the level of difficulty of test questions depending on your progress during the test (adaptive testing).
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Test Summary Learn about the structure of the test with details on each of the sections.