GMAT

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CPLC’s GMAT Programme

Duration: 78 hours over 3 months

To suit the requirements of our students, we have designed various GMAT courses such as

  • GMAT Comprehensive
  • GMAT + CAT
  • GMAT + NSC

GMAT

GMAT is a computer adaptive test that is required by most international business schools and prestigious institutes such as Indian School of Business. GMAT constitutes an important part of the selection process at business schools and hence, it is imperative to score well in the test. The test consists of three sections -AWA, Math and Verbal. The AWA section consists of two essays - analysis of issue and analysis of argument and a student gets one hour to write these essays.The math section would have 21 questions in problem solving that would test various quantitative concepts and 16 questions in data sufficiency to test the students' logical ability. The verbal section consists of questions interspersed on reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction.

Where can the GMAT score be used?

The GMAT score is globally accepted by all business schools in USA, Europe (including UK), Australia and Singapore. In India, institutes such as ISB, Great Lakes, SP Jain and Mica amongst others accept the GMAT score

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