GMAT 2018 Exam

Nidhi Bahl Updated On: 25 Sep, 2018 17:06 IST

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About GMAT

GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is one of the trusted and preferred entrance tests among candidates who wish to pursue management education. It is an international-level entrance exam organised by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council) throughout the year.

The GMAT is a Computerised Adaptive Test (CAT) taken by students every year for admission to top business universities and institutions in India as well as abroad. GMAT is conducted in approx 112 countries around the world and the scores of GMAT exam are accepted by more than 2,100 universities and institutions. Taking GMAT can be really beneficial for those who wish to take up management as a career option. More than 6000 courses/programmes are offered by these GMAC associated institutes. This exam is popular among candidates who wish to pursue management courses like MBA, Master of Finance and Master of Accountancy.

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GMAT Eligibility Criteria

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) organises the GMAT exam for the candidates who want take admission in the top and reputed management institutions of India and abroad. These top B-Schools consider the GMAT score for taking candidates for different MBA courses. The exam is a computer adaptive test that takes place at regular intervals throughout the year. Candidates can select the GMAT date slot as per their convenience and choice. Before appearing for the examination, aspirants of GMAT must know the eligibility criteria of the examination.

As per the norms and guides issued by GMAC, there are no specific prescribed eligibility criteria for aspirants participating in Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). However, the general norms like minimum age, language proficiency and number of attempts has been prescribed by GMAC. The participating colleges of GMAT do set eligibility norms for the candidates with GMAT score. These criteria differ from one B-School to the other. Candidates can also read about the selection process through GMAT to get a clearer picture of the admission process of the various management colleges of India and abroad. Mentioned below are some general eligibility criteria that the candidates must check before applying for the GMAT examination.

  • Candidates applying for GMAT must have the age of 18 years.

  • There is no upper age limit applicable for GMAT aspirants.

  • Candidates should have completed their graduation from any recognised University/Institution.

  • Candidates must be proficient in English.

  • To be eligible for GMAT, no particular Nationality is specified by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).

  • Candidates from any Country or State can appear for GMAT.

  • Candidates can appear for GMAT only 5 times in a year.

GMAT Age Limit Criterion

There are more than ten thousand applicants participating in Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) every year. A basic requirement for filling the GMAT examination form is the age limit. Candidates must be of 18 years or plus in order to apply for GMAT examination. There is no maximum age limit mentioned by GMAC for GMAT aspirants. Therefore, candidates of any age past 18 years can apply for this internationally conducted examination. There is no restriction on the gender, age, country or academic discipline of the GMAT aspiring candidates. The minimum age limit is just a standardized platform set for candidates.

GMAT Reservation Criteria

For the students with disabilities, special reservation criteria are laid. However, GMAT test takers will have to document the following with their applications to claim this provision:

  • The current impact of your impairment and how it limits your ability to take the Computer-Adaptive GMAT exam under standard condition.

  • The existence of an impairment that substantially limits a major life activity as compared with most of the people.

The following categories are considered under the disability criteria:

  • Psychological Disabilities

  • Learning and Cognitive Disorder

  • Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder

  • Sensor Disabilities (Hearing or Vision)

  • Physical and Systematic Disabilities

GMAT Consent of the Parents/Local Guardian

The parental consent form has been issued by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) for the candidates of the age group between 13 years to 18 years. The form mentions the details of the candidate and seeks permission from the parents or the guardian of that candidate to allow the candidate to participate in the examination and take admission in the desired management institution.

This consent form is used by various management institutions accepting GMAT score for taking candidates below 18 years of age. However, the final selection of such candidates will depend upon the GMAT score and the score secured by them in the selection process along with their educational background. Given below is the parental consent form that the candidates of the age group between 13 years to 18 years must get filled and signed by their parents or local guardians. 

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GMAT Exam Pattern

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) prescribes the GMAT Exam Pattern. The Graduate Management Admission Test or GMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test conducted by GMAC for candidates seeking admission in top notch B-Schools in India as well as abroad. GMAT is a gateway for candidates to study different management courses like MBA, PGP and PGDM in various disciplines, from the best of business schools around the world. This is an examination that allows candidates to select a date and time to give the test as per their convenience and choice.

The GMAT exam pattern is the format in which the question paper will be set for the candidates to answer. It defines the type of questions, number of questions, marks per question, total marks and marking scheme of the paper. As per the GMAT exam pattern, the questions in the exam will be both objective and subjective in nature. A total of 80 questions are asked in the exam and they are divided into four sections, including Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning.

Candidates must know about the detailed syllabus of GMAT 2018 once they are aware of the exam pattern. An important thing for students to note is that while attempting a section, they must complete all the questions in that section first and later move to another section. Every section has to be completed in the allotted time. Candidates must also know that there are three sets of order for the question paper specified by the examination conducting authority. The officially released sets are:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, Verbal.

  • Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment.

  • Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment.

What's New in GMAT Exam: 

  • The duration of the GMAT exam has been reduced by 30 minutes by streamlining two longer sections of the exam including Verbal Reasoning and Quantitative sections.
  Old Structure (Reference) New Structure (After April 16)
Section # of Questions Section Time Avg. Time per Question # of Questions Section Time Time Reduction Avg. Time per Question
Quantitative Reasoning 37 75 mins 2.0 min 31 62 mins 13 mins 2.0 min
Verbal Reasoning 34 75 mins 1.8 min 36 65 mins 10 mins 1.8 min
  • GMAC has reduced the number of research and less scored questions in these two sections.
  • Similarly, various tutorials and instruction screens that test-takers witness at the test centre have also been simplified.
  • Along with these changes, GMAC is offering a new online tutorial that mimics the screens at the exam centre on the exam day. This process will further enhance and streamline the test-taking experience.
  • No changes have been introduced in the Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing sections of the GMAT.
  • Type of questions, the content of the exam and average time per question will remain the same.

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Revised GMAT Exam Pattern:

GMAT Test Section

Number of Questions Question Types Time

Analytical Writing Assessment

1 Topic Analysis of Argument 30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 Questions

Multi-Source Reasoning

Graphics Interpretation

Two-Part Analysis

Table Analysis

30 Minutes


31 Questions

Data Sufficiency

Problem Solving

62 Minutes
Verbal 36 Questions

Rhetorical Construction of Sentences

Critical Reasoning

Sentence Correction



Subject-Verb Agreement


Reading Unseen Passages

65 Minutes

Total Exam Time

    3 hours 7 minutes

To help MBA aspirants become familiar with the changes in GMAT exam, GMAC will soon launch new GMAT Official Prep Tools, which will be on the lines of the shortened exam structure.

GMAT Marking System:

  • The total number of objective type questions is 79 and subjective type question is 1.

  • Each section has a particular duration.

Here are the minimum and maximum score range of each section, along with a mean average:


Score Range Mean Scores*

Analytical Writing Assessment

0-6 4.48

Integrated Reasoning

1-8 4.29


6-51 27.04


6-51 39.93


200-800 561.27

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GMAT 2018 Syllabus

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is an internationally organised examination for the aspirants of management studies. A number of management courses can be done from reputed business schools of India and abroad if the candidate clears GMAT with a good score. To do so, it is very important that the candidate is aware of the syllabus of GMAT along with the GMAT exam pattern, only then the candidate can prepare well for the examination and score well.

The GMAT syllabus comprises of four wide sections, which are quite similar to any other management entrance examination. Each section has its essential elements that candidates must understand before they start preparing for the examination. These elements showcase the pointers that help in a better understanding of the subject matter and also help candidates to score more. The different sections and pointers related to them are given below:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment: The section requires a candidate to write an essay in English on one of the given topics within 30 minutes. As part of this writing task, candidates have to do an analysis of the reason behind a given argument and provide a critique of that argument. Candidates are assessed based on their ability to think critically and how well they communicate their thoughts in an essay format.

  • Integrated Reasoning Section: The questions in this section are mainly focused on testing candidates' ability to comprehend and evaluate the provided data. The sub-sections of Integrated Reasoning include Two-Part Analysis, Graphics Interpretation, Multi-Source Reasoning and Table Analysis. All the four sub-sections sums up 12 easy and tricky questions of IR.

  • Quantitative Section: The section, which comprises of sub-sections like Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency, is a subject-matter that focuses on the mathematical understanding of the candidates. The 31 questions in this section must be solved within 62 minutes. The topics covered under these two sub-sections are Arithmetic, Elementary Algebra and Geometry.

  • Verbal Section: This section is meant to understand the candidates’ comprehension and command over English language. The grammatical understanding and reasoning skills are tested in each question of this section. A total of 36 questions are to be answered in 65 minutes for this section of GMAT paper. The sub-sections include Sentence Correction, Rhetorical construction of Sentences, Parallelism, Synonyms-Antonyms, Critical Reasoning Reading Unseen Passages, Idioms and Subject-Verb Agreement.

GMAT Sections in Detail

Verbal Section:

In this section, candidates’ Verbal Ability skills are judged. Questions are mostly based on Reading, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Comprehension.

Type of Questions


Reading Comprehension

The focus of Reading Comprehension in the GMAT exam will be more on subjects related to business.

The Reading Comprehension questions will cover less than one-third of the Verbal section of the exam.

Critical Reasoning

These type of questions are a major part of the GMAT exam as they test your reasoning as well as analytical skills.

Sentence Completion/ Correction

GMAT comprises 14 to 15 sentence correction questions where your grammar and syntax knowledge of the language will be tested.

Importance of Vocabulary

Vocabulary is not given too much importance in the GMAT. It is more focused on testing candidates' Verbal Reasoning skills.

Quantitative Section:

This section measures candidates’ ability to reason, analyse the data and draw conclusions from the same. Candidates' basic mathematical skills are also tested in this section. Data Sufficiency and Problem-Solving questions are asked in this particular section.

Name of the Exam

Type of Questions


Data Sufficiency: These questions will comprise information in the form of two sentences and a

question will be asked. Candidates will be required to answer whether the information in the statements is sufficient to answer the question or not.

Multiple Choice Questions: These will be asked in the usual 'question and four option' format from various

topics of the mathematics section.

Analytical Writing Assessment Section:

In this section, candidates will be evaluated on the basis of their ability to think logically, yet critically. Candidates are required to analyse the reason behind a given argument and then provide a critique in a written format using relevant examples.



Type of Essays

In the examination, you will get argumentative topics and you will have to put forth your views regarding the topic 

A domain of Topics

The questions come from topics related to the field of business and management. Candidates must keep track of global business news as examples are necessary.

Integrated Reasoning Section:

This section tests the analytical, verbal and logical skills of the candidates at the same time. The questions asked will comprise daily, true-to-life problems. The candidates will have to analyze the problem and provide logical solutions to the problem. The time given for this section is 30 minutes. Four type of questions are asked in this section:

  • Table Analysis

  • Graphics Interpretation

  • Multi-Source Reasoning

  • Two-part Analysis

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GMAT 2018 Participating Colleges

GMAT 2018 is an examination that has been planned for the aspirants of management courses in more than 112 countries including India. Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) takes place at regular intervals throughout the year and is a Computer Adaptive Test. There are more than 2000 GMAT 2018 Participating Colleges in India and abroad. These are the B-Schools accepting GMAT scores.

Candidates can check the cut-off marks of GMAT 2018 once they are done with the examination. But before checking the cut-off they must check the GMAT Result to see their score. Minimum marks accepted worldwide is above 600 which may vary depending on the institutional occupancies and vacancies. Other than the scored GMAT marks and cut-off marks, candidates will have to clear the selection rounds comprising of GD (Group Discussion) and PI (Personal Interview), if they want admission in the Participating Colleges of GMAT 2018. Admission in the participating institutions will be based on these above-mentioned parameters including candidates professional and educational background.

How to Choose a College

There are a lot of things that the candidates must keep in mind while selecting the management institutions after clearing GMAT 2018 examination. These pointers will help them in getting the right institution for their desired course. Let’s look at the determining factors for choosing a college after GMAT.

Accreditation and Affiliation of the College:

It is very important for an institution to be recognised and accredited and affiliated from acknowledged authorities. This is one of the most important things that the candidates must look after in any institution. An accredited college will lead candidates through good job opportunities and recognition in the field of management.

Infrastructure and Basic Facilities:

Infrastructure and Basic facilities is a must for any institutional structure. Candidates must check the condition of the building, power supplies, classroom condition, roads, libraries, halls, canteen area, the campus area, etc. If the institution successfully fulfils the basic facilities and has a good infrastructure then candidates can surely think of taking admission in it.

Fee Structure:

The fee structure is something that cannot be denied. It is an important factor that must be kept in mind while selecting the management institution. Candidates can compare two top-rated B-Schools in terms of their fee structure and then choose the one that suits their pocket.

Ranking and Ratings of the College:

Management aspirants must check the ranking and ratings of the college they are about select for management course. Candidates must see whether the institution is ranking in the top ten or top twenty management colleges. Ranking and ratings must be considered an important determining factor as it also guarantees a good group of faculty members along with a good infrastructure.

Courses Offered:

Candidates must look for the college that offers the management course they want to pursue. Also, check for the duration of the course offered. If the college is offering a related course then such a college can also be opted for management courses, considering the accreditation, affiliation and recognition of the institution.

Placement Cell:

The only reason to study from a good and reputed B-School is to get placed well after the completion of the course. It is a parameter that must be checked by the management aspirants. Check for the companies invited for campus selection and placement process along with the rate of successful placements. Candidates can also check for the highest package offered by the companies and the parameters the companies consider for offering the highest packages.

Campus Culture:

A good campus culture is very important for an overall development and grooming of the students. Hence, candidates must check the campus culture of the institution they are planning for. To check for the campus culture candidates can visit the official website of the institution or can possibly go to the institution and see the environment of the institution.

Alumni and their Success Stories:

Alumni are an integral part of a reputed management institution. Read about the top placed alumni and their success stories to know about how the institution helped them to achieve the pinnacle of success.

Important Points

Let’s look at some of the important factors that candidates must know with context to participating colleges of GMAT 2018.

  • It is important for colleges to first know about the college in which they want to take admission. While selecting the right management college candidates must do a little bit of research about the background of the college keeping in mind the above-mentioned pointers of ‘how to choose a college’.

  • Candidates must also know that the final selection for the considered college will not only be based on the marks scored in GMAT but it will also comprise of the GD and PI score along with the professional and educational background of the candidates.

  • The cut-off marks determined by each national and international institution will also be a deciding factor for the selection of the candidates.

  • Once documentation is complete no changes in terms of college or course can be done.

  • Candidates who fail to turn up for the final admission procedure will automatically lose their candidature.

GMAT 2018 Participating Colleges

Indian Management Institutions

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta

XLRI Jamshedpur

Indian Institute of Management, Indore

Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore

Indian School of Business, Hyderabad

Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad

SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai

Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi

Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad

Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani

Indian Institute of Technology, Madras

K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai

Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar

FORE School of Management, Delhi

Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Mumbai


International Management Institutions

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Massachusetts

The University of California, Berkeley (UCB)

Harvard University, Massachusetts

University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)

The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology

University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver

The University of Western Ontario, Ontario

University of Toronto

National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)

London Business School, London

University of Oxford, England

The University of Melbourne (UM), Melbourne

The University of Sydney (TUS), Sydney

The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)

Note: Mentioned above are top rated national and international management institutions accepting the GMAT scores. 

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How to Prepare for GMAT

Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) organises GMAT which is one of the most popular MBA entrance exams taken across the world. It is an examination known for its analytical selection criteria considering a number of parameters in mind. Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test conducted at regular intervals throughout the year for aspirants of management studies across the globe.

Every management aspirant wants a good GMAT score that could help them in targeting some of the top MBA colleges in India and abroad. Especially for students who are planning to apply for MBA, PGDM and other management related programmes in universities outside India will have to score good in order to become eligible for selection and admission process in international institutions. The level of competition in GMAT is very high therefore, it is considered to be one of the most difficult MBA entrance exams. In order to succeed in this examination and grab seats of top management institutions, candidates must score above 650 out of 800. Achieving a score above 650 is possible with the right planning and strategical approach towards exam preparation.

GMAT Preparation Tips

Following are some of the tips that can help you clear GMAT in order to get admission in MBA courses in India and abroad.

General Tips and Tricks for GMAT

Practice Consistently

The essential steps while you are preparing for an MBA entrance exams is to practice consistently. Constant practice will help you in getting used to all the type of questions that are asked in the exam and raise your confidence while preparing.

Maintain a Study Journal

To keep a track of the topics that you have covered and the ones that are still pending, you can maintain a preparation journal or a diary. Keep a daily record of the topics, questions and GMAT practice tests that you are covering each day. This way, you can achieve your daily targets for GMAT.

Exponentially Increase your Study Time

Since GMAT is a computer-adaptive test, make sure that you practice questions of different difficulty levels to get used to the exam pattern. As the date of the GMAT exam draws near, increase your study time and cover the syllabus effectively.

Focus on Sectional Targets

Don’t stick to a single section while planning your daily targets. Make sure that you practice quantitative ability questions, as well as, verbal ability questions daily to achieve a balanced score in both the questions. It is essential to achieve good scores in both the sections as universities consider sectional cut-offs.

Practice Educated Guessing

It is quite likely that you will come across questions in the GMAT exam that will have to be solved through educated guessing. In such questions, you will have to analyse the information provided and the options to eliminate the wrong answers and guess the right one. Practice such questions to improve your educated guessing.

Make Time Targets

Apart from targeting the number of questions that you should practice also make time targets. Try to complete 30 set of questions in 20 to 25 minutes to improve your speed and accuracy. You can start with easy time targets them move to difficult time challenges.

Take Preparation Tests

One of the most important parts of preparation is GMAT practice tests. Make sure that you take as many practice test as you can to get used to the proctored nature of the test in order to achieve a score above 700.

Analyse your Performance

After every GMAT practice test, make sure that you have analysed your score in the test. Look back at the questions that you were unsure about as well as the questions that you got wrong. Practice more of such questions to get a hang of them.

Preparing for GMAT exam can be as exhaustive as preparing for any other preparation MBA entrance exam. Keep yourself motivated and select the colleges that you want to target. Talk to the counsellors and get extensive guidance about the exam. Keep your head in the game. Keep up with the daily targets, practice every day and you will achieve a score above 700. Balance your preparation with short breaks and proper sleep to keep your mind fresh.

Subject-Wise Preparation for GMAT

For a subject-wise preparation, candidates are first advised to go through the GMAT syllabus. Candidates must also be aware of the exam pattern and structure so that they divide the preparation plan in a way that more marks are covered strategically.

Analytical Writing Assessment

  • Time allotted to solve this section is 30 minutes. An average student must complete the write-up within 25 minutes and keep 5 minutes for revising the content written.

  • This is a section that involves your the thought process. Topics given for the write-up must be dealt analytically with arguments and examples.

  • To master this section, what you can do is read articles related to the field of management, business and global business trends.

  • Stick to the articles that not only arguments on a certain issue but also highlights with notable examples.

  • Reading newspapers will also help you to crack this portion of the test paper.

  • Collect all relevant information related to the topics that you have noted. Go through the information in detail and try to memorize the important pointers, so that, you may remember it while writing the article.

  • Once you are done collecting information, start writing on the topics keeping argumentative points in mind.

  • While writing the write-ups keep a stopwatch to calculate the time taken to complete the write-up. This will help you to manage your time and be speedy with the article.

Integrated Reasoning Section

  • A total of 30 minutes has been fixed for the Integrated Reasoning Section of GMAT.

  • An average student must complete the maximum number of questions in 25 minutes and must keep 5 minutes for the purpose revision and unsolved questions.

  • The questions of this category are framed out of topics like table analysis, graphics interpretation, multi-source reasoning and two-part analysis.

  • To conquer the chunk of questions of integrated reasoning section, you must rigorously practice on the topics provided.

  • Take help from good books and study materials related to integrated reasoning.

  • If stuck in a topic then take help from your seniors and mentors instead of wasting time to solve it all by yourself.

  • While practising this section note the time when you start the paper and when you end solving it. With regular practice of time, you will be quick with the questions especially the tricky ones.

Quantitative Section

  • 31 questions of Quantitative Section are to be solved in 62 minutes.

  • You must complete the questions in a span of 55-60 minutes and keep the rest of the time for revising the answers and solving the leftover questions.

  • By solving more number of questions in this section, you will get a good grip on the topic.

  • Try to understand and memorize the mathematical formulas related to the topics.

  • Different methods must be tried to crack tricky questions of the Quantitative Section.

  • You must practice questions of data sufficiency andproblem-solvingg keeping in mind the allotted time.

  • At the time of practice session and main examination solve the easy questions first and then go on solving the tricky ones.

  • There are a number of GMAT coaching centers that can help you in the preparation. Enroll yourself in some good and reputed coaching center that will not only help you with the entire GMAT syllabus but will also help you with a particular topic and tricky questions of the GMAT sections.

Verbal Section

  • Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has allotted a total of 65 minutes to solve questions of this section.

  • There are 36 question that you will have to solve within the given time period.

  • This section is all about the English language and its usage. You will solve questions from the topics like Sentence Correction, Rhetorical Construction of Sentences, Synonyms-Antonyms, Reading Unseen Passages, Subject-Verb Agreement, Critical Reasoning and Idioms.

  • To master this section read good English grammar books and read editorial pages of good English newspapers.

  • Practice questions based on testing grammatical skills and knowledge. This will cover all the important sub-sections of the Verbal section.

  • For Critical Reasoning questions take help from experts and guide books as this section will test both reasoning as well as analytical skills.

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GMAT Result

GMAT results are announced by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which is also the conducting body of the entrance exam. GMAT is an International level entrance exam through which candidates can get admission in various MBA institutions. The result of GMAT will be available in the online mode. Test takers can view their official GMAT scores by logging in with their registered email ID and password. The result can be viewed 20 days after commencement of the GMAT exam.

The announcement of result ends up announcing the cut-off marks of various management institutions of India and abroad. Candidates must check the GMAT cut-off marks of the institutions and send in their scorecard to the B-School of their choice.

How to View GMAT Score

  • Go to the official website of GMAT and scroll down to the taskbar.

  • Click on the ‘GMAT Exam and Other Assessment’.

  • Go down to Access GMAT Scores (GMAT Score Report Website)

  • Click on ‘Access GMAT Scores’.

  • A new page with GMAT Score Reports Login Detail will open.

  • Fill in the credentials and click on enter.

  • Page with scorecard will open. Candidates can download the scorecard and use it for the purpose of admission.

GMAT Score Scale



Analytical Writing Assessment


Integrated Reasoning


Verbal & Quantitative


The scorecard of GMAT is considered for admission by various management universities/institutions in India as well as abroad. The scorecard of GMAT displays the scores of the candidates scored in each section of the exam. The conducting authority releases the GMAT score report for the candidates within twenty days from the written exam and the authority sends an E-mail regarding the same.

GMAT Scorecard

GMAT scorecard contains the scaled scores and the percentile scores of the candidates. The scorecard will contain Authentication Code which must be entered by the candidates to view the scores.

Note: The official authority will only send candidates' scores to the participating institutions only after receiving the request from the candidates.

Details in GMAT Scorecard

  • The total official scores of the candidates scored in each section.

  • Authentication code which is required to access the Official Score Report.

GMAT Scores

GMAT results can be viewed by the candidates online. Candidates aspiring to do MBA course can give GMAT only five times in a year. After taking the entrance exam, candidates can view their official scores 20 days after the exam. If any candidate is unsatisfied with his/her marks, then he/she can apply again for GMAT.

Note: GMAT scores are valid up to five years from the date of examination.

Points to Remember

  • Scores of GMAT can be viewed online.

  • The official GMAT scores will be available within 20 days from the date of the exam.

  • For viewing the results, candidates will receive an E-mail, on their registered E-mail ID with a link. By clicking on that link, candidates will be able to access their official GMAT 2017 results.

  • Candidates can also receive the result through post. For this, they will have to specify their choice of receiving the result at the time of registration process.

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GMAT Selection Process

Candidates who want to take admission in top management institutions must clear the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT). The entrance test takes place at regular intervals throughout the year for the management aspirants. It is an international level competitive examination with a high level of competition which must be prepared well by the test takers. Candidates must know the tips and tricks of how to prepare for GMAT before they appear for this international level examination.

The GMAT selection process for different International Universities through GMAT is different, therefore it is important that candidates go through the official website of colleges that you are applying and check the procedure involved for the selection process. A basic selection process carried out by various top-ranked business schools of India includes a round of Group Discussion (GD) followed by Personal Interview (PI). Some Indian B-Schools may also involve an additional round of written test as per the candidates’ performance, institutional guidelines and prescribed GMAT cut-offs. Candidates are also recommended to check the list of GMAT participating colleges to get an idea about the cut-off set by other institutions.

Selection process through GMAT is done on the basis of four components that candidates mention in their GMAT application form. These components are:

1. GMAT Score:

  • Your GMAT score plays a very important role in the selection process, as the first screening is done on the basis of GMAT result.

  • To compete with the high scores candidates will have to aim for a GMAT score within 50 points of a school's average.

2. Work Experience:

  • Universities look for the candidates whose work experience proves that they have had an elevated career graph in terms of decision-making skills, managing responsibilities and demonstrating leadership.

  • Another quality that B-schools look for is your ability to work well in teams. A prior history of leading teams by an applicant at work is an additional advantage and can be a deciding factor for all B-schools.

3. Recommendations:

  • Your recommendation letter values a lot. It should come from people who understand your skills and have seen your work.

  • Be very careful while choosing your recommenders carefully. Big names are not as helpful as a thoughtful, affirmative letter from someone who knows your work well.

4. Essays:

Another deciding factor is your essay. Your vision and thought process is judged on the basis of your essay.

Top 50 Indian B-Schools Accepting GMAT Score

Following are the colleges that accept GMAT scores:

Name of the Institution Location
Indian School of Business Hyderabad
Xavier Institute of Management Jamshedpur
Indian Institute of Management (IIM) Indore
S.P Jain Institute of Management and Research Mumbai
Amity School of Business Noida
Institute of Management Technology Nagpur
Xavier Institute of Management and Entrepreneurship Bangalore
Christ University Institute of Management Bangalore
SDM Institute of Management Development Mysore
Fortune Institute of International Business New Delhi
Indus Business Academy Bangalore
Adarsh Institute of Management and Information Technology Bangalore
Indian Institute of Management Indore
Xavier University (XIMB) Bhubaneshwar
PES University Bangalore
Universal Business School Mumbai
Institute of Management Technology Hyderabad
Indian Institute of Management Calcutta
International Management Institute Delhi
Indian Institute of Foreign Trade Delhi
NMIMS University School of Business Management Mumbai
Institute of Management Technology Ghaziabad
T.A. Pai Management Institute Manipal
Indian Institute of Management Shillong
Birla Institute of Management Technology Greater Noida
Shailesh J. Mehta School of Management Mumbai
Welingkar Institute of Management Development and Research Mumbai
Lal Bahadur Shastri Institute of Management New Delhi
Asia Pacific Institute of Management Delhi
Institute of Financial Management and Research Sri City
Vaikunth Mehta National Institute of Cooperative Management Pune
NIILM Centre for Management Studies Greater Noida
Amrita School of Business Coimbatore
IFIM Business School Bangalore
FLAME University Pune
Institute of Management Studies Ghaziabad
Siva Sivani Institute of Management Hyderabad
International Management Institute Bhubaneshwar
VIT Business School Chennai
IILM Institute of Business and Management Gurgaon
Doon Business School Dehradun
Lala Lajpatrai Institute of Management Mumbai
ITM Business School Bangalore
IBS Business School Ahmedabad
ITM Business School Chennai
VelTech University Chennai
International School of Management Excellence Bangalore
K.J. Somaiya Institute of Management and Research Mumbai
MIT School of Telecom Management Pune
Indus Business School Gurgaon

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GMAT 2018 Cut-Off

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a Computerized Adaptive Test (CAT) conducted every year for the aspirants of management studies in India. More 100 business institutions in India and abroad accept the qualifying marks of GMAT. GMAT 2018 Cut-Off determines the minimum marks that candidates must score in order to take admission in top-ranked B-Schools. Every participating institution has set a level of minimum marks that must be scored by the candidates coming for admission.

The expected cut-off for GMAT 2018 will release after the declaration of the GMAT 2018 Results. The admission process will include the selection process other than the GMAT score, past academic records along with professional qualification. Candidates’ performance in the interview, MBA Essays and the letter of recommendation also affect the scope of admission in a reputed B-School of India or abroad. Therefore, candidates appearing for GMAT are advised to work hard for it as the level of competition is very high. Candidates can plan their GMAT 2018 preparation and start preparing for this tough competitive examination.

Factors Determining NMAT by GMAC 2018 Cut-Off

The usual bracket of Institutional Cut-Off ranges above 650 for both national and international colleges. The cut-off marks determined by an institution resides on various factors. These factors are calculated and collaborated to finalize the cut-off marks for the candidates. Keeping these determining factors in mind candidates must strive harder to crack the examination so that they may get enlisted in the cut-off list. Following are the factors determining GMAT 2018 Cut-Off :

  • Total number of candidates appearing for GMAT 2018.

  • Total number of seats available.

  • Difficulty level of the examination.

  • Total number of candidates qualifying the GMAT 2018.

GMAT 2018 Cut-Off Marks for Indian B-Schools

Management Institutions

GMAT Score

Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta


XLRI Jamshedpur


Indian Institute of Management, Indore


Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore


Indian School of Business, Hyderabad


Indian Institute of Management, Ahmedabad


SP Jain Institute of Management and Research, Mumbai


Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, Delhi


Institute of Management Technology, Ghaziabad


Birla Institute of Technology and Science, Pilani


Indian Institute of Technology, Madras


K. J. Somaiya Institute of Management Studies and Research, Mumbai


Lovely Professional University, Jalandhar


FORE School of Management, Delhi


Shailesh J Mehta School of Management, Mumbai


Note: The cut-off marks are tentative and based on the previous years’ GMAT Cut-Offs.

GMAT 2018 Cut-Off Marks for International B-Schools

Management Institutions

GMAT Score

Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), Massachusetts


The University of California, Berkeley (UCB)


Harvard University, Massachusetts


University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA)


The Hong Kong University of Science and Technology


University of British Columbia (UBC), Vancouver


The University of Western Ontario, Ontario


University of Toronto


National University of Singapore (NUS), Singapore


Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU)


London Business School, London


University of Oxford, England


The University of Melbourne (UM), Melbourne


The University of Sydney (TUS), Sydney


The University of New South Wales (UNSW Sydney)


Note: The cut-off marks are tentative and based on the previous years’ GMAT Cut-Offs.

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Best Books for GMAT 2018

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is one of the most preferred tests for the candidates who want to pursue MBA and PGDM courses from reputed and recognised institutions. The exam takes place at regular intervals throughout the year. It is a national level examination, marks of which are accepted by top national and international B-Schools. It is considerably a tough paper to clear which can be achieved only through good preparation and full dedication. To prepare for GMAT 2018 candidates can go through the How to Prepare section and plan their preparation for GMAT 2018.

In order to prepare well for GMAT 2018 candidates can take help from books and study materials. But books can only be helpful if the candidates are aware of the syllabus. Therefore, aspirants of GMAT 2018 are advised to first go through the syllabus and exam pattern of GMAT 2018 and then start studying from the right book or study material.

Candidates can choose books based on different subjects of the syllabus or can opt for common GMAT preparation books. GMAT books will help candidates to go through the preparation plan in a smooth and systematic way. And will also help in understanding the exam pattern and structure of GMAT 2018. CollegeDekho has prepared a list of Best Books for GMAT 2018 for the test-takers. These books will help serve as a good guide for important and tricky topics of the syllabus. Take help from these books and mark your place in one of the top management institutions in India or abroad.

How to Select the Best Books for GMAT

  • Candidates must select the books and study materials carefully. Before buying any book, candidates should check the year of publication and the edition of the book. Purchasing books of the latest edition and recent publication will guide them through the updated version of the syllabus.

  • Candidates are recommended to buy books of renowned authors or of known publication houses. This helps candidates to study the right explanation with theories correctly applied. A matter of reputation and authentication is also attached with a reputed author or publication house.

  • Candidates who are attached with some coaching centers or exam preparation centers can choose to study from the books given by these centers. The books provided by the coaching centers are well explained by the teachers of the center. The explanation given is relatively in a simpler language as compared to other books.

  • Books that focus mainly on exam preparation consisting of sample papers and previous years’ question papers are also a good source and reference materials for the aspirants of GMAT 2018.

  • It is always good to compare two books or theories of two books. This helps in extracting the correct and authentic explanation of the important subjects or tricky topics. This should be practiced by the candidates in case if they are not sure of the content of the books or if the book is not of a renowned author or publication house.

Best Books for GMAT 2018 Preparation

Best Books for Verbal Section

  • Objective General English by S. P. Bakshi (Arihant Publication)

  • Descriptive English For Competitive Examinations by B.K.Publication

  • Descriptive English For Competitive Examinations by S.J. Thakur and S.K. Rout

  • SSC Chapterwise Solved Papers English Language 2018 by Arihant Publications.

  • Objective General English 10,000 plus Questions by R.S. Aggarwal & Vikas Aggarwal

  • English Language Comprehension Skills by Sachchida Nand Jha

Best Books for Quantitative Section

  • Quantitative Aptitude for CAT by Arun Sharma

  • Quantitative Aptitude for MBA Entrance Examinations by Abhijit Guha

  • Quantitative Aptitude Numerical Ability (Fully Solved) 7000+ Objective Question by Pratiyogita Kiran & KICX Think Tank of Kiran Prakashan

  • Quantitative Aptitude Quantum Cat 2018 by Sarvesh K. Verma

  • How to Become a Human Calculator?: With the Magic of Vedic Maths by Aditi Singhal

  • Mathematics for MBA by R.S. Aggarwal

Best Books for Integrated Reasoning Section

  • A Modern Approach to Logical Reasoning by R.S Aggarwal

  • Logical Reasoning by Arihant Publication

  • Logical and Analytical Reasoning by Ashok Gupta

  • How to Prepare for Logical Reasoning for CAT by Arun Sharma

  • Non-Verbal Reasoning by R.S. Aggarwal

Best Books for Analytical Writing Assessment Section:

  • Analytical Writing Assessment (Veritas Prep GMAT) by
    by Chad Troutwine (Author), Markus Moberg (Author), Brian Galvin (Author)

  • GMAT Analytical Writing: Solutions to the Real Argument Topics (Test Prep Series) by Vibrant Publishers

Common Books for GMAT Preparation

  • GMAT Official Guide 2018 Verbal Review: Book by GMAC

  • GMAT Official Guide 2018 Quantitative Review: Book by GMAC

  • GMAT Advanced Quant: 250+ Practice Problems & Bonus Online Resources

  • Sentence Correction GMAT Preparation Guide by Avi Gutman

  • The Complete GMAT Strategy Guide Set

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How to Apply for GMAT 2018

GMAT is an examination which is conducted for the aspirants of management studies around the globe. Applicants from more than 100 countries apply for GMAT every year to take admission in 2000+ management institutions. This examination takes place on different date slots as prescribed by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) and candidates have the privilege to select the date slot as per their convenience at the time of applying for the examination.

It is very important for candidates to apply for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) if they wish to take admission in top B-Schools of India and abroad. To do so, candidates can visit the official website of GMAT and apply by registering online. Candidates must most importantly read and know the process involved in applying for GMAT 2018. Only with a successful registration, candidates will be able to appear for GMAT. Candidates must also check the eligibility criteria required for GMAT and then apply for the examination.

There are a number of parameters that must be kept in mind while registering for the GMAT examination online. A list of detailed process and important pointers has been given below for the candidates to understand the procedure in detail and then carefully and correctly apply for the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) through its official website.

Steps to Apply for GMAT

Create an Account

  • In order to apply for GMAT 2018, you first need to register on the GMAT’s official website by creating an account on it.

  • After successfully creating an account, you will be redirected to the login page.

  • You will then have to fill in the asked credentials like Name, Email Address, and Password, and then, click on ‘Create Account’ option.

  • After logging in you will be directed to the verification page where you will be required to verify your profile details. You must ensure that the information matches your ID.

This is important because if the profile credentials do not match on the GMAT test day, you will not be allowed to take the test and no refund will be given afterwards. You may also be marked as ‘No Show’.

Exam Scheduling

  • After the account creation, aspirants can then schedule their GMAT test dates.
  • The same account can be used to cancel or reschedule the exam or centre.
  • Students can also access their scorecard with the help of this GMAT user ID and Password and send it to various B-Schools as well.

Choose GMAT Date

  • Applicants registered for GMAT can choose up to three GMAT Exam Centres to confirm GMAT Exam date availability of their choice.
  • Once they select the centre of their choice, the tests dates of that centre appear. Clicking the preferred date shows its availability as well as the available session slot to select.

Confirm Exam Details

As the applicants select the date and exam session, the next page displays the complete profile as well the selected date and slot to be confirmed. Candidates are advised to carefully examine all the information before they click 'Next'. Any irregularities in information can be corrected at this stage.

Fee Payment

The next page is the payment page. Payment for the GMAT test can be done with Credit or Debit cards. Only the following cards will be accepted for making payment:

  • Visa Card

  • MasterCard

  • American Express 

  • JCB are accepted in the payment procedure

Fee Type



Exam Fee

Graduate Management Aptitude Test Fee

US $250

Cancellation Fee (Refund)

More than 7 days before the exam

US $80


Less than 7 days before the exam


24 hours before the exam


Rescheduling Fee

By phone (surcharge)

US $10


Online (Surcharge)


More than 7 days before the exam

US $50

  Less than 7 days before the exam

US $250

Important Points to Remember 

  • Candidates must know that they can sit for GMAT exam only if they are of 18 years and above. Candidates between the age group of 13 years to 18 years need to get a consent signed by their parents or guardians and submit it with to the concerned authority.

  • A total of 8 attempts are provided to the candidates of GMAT in which 5 attempts can be taken in one year.

  • Candidates must know that they can attempt for a retest only after a gap of 16 days.

  • GMAT candidates can also select a time slot for the examination along with the date of examination.

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GMAT 2018 Mock Test

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) conducts GMAT for the aspirants of management courses. The exam takes place throughout the year at regular intervals allowing candidates to select the date slot according to their preferences. It is an examination conducted internationally, involving more than 100 countries and 2000 colleges and universities. Candidates must prepare well for this international level examination.

To start preparing for this examination candidates needs to first know the exam pattern and syllabus of GMAT 2018 and start with the preparation. For better preparation candidates must solve GMAT 2018 Mock Test series. Solving mock test papers is considered to be a very good practice for the test-takers of any entrance exam. The more the mock test series are practiced more improvement the candidates will notice in their preparation strategies.

The official website of GMAT allows candidates to take the mock test series so that they can practice well and understand the exam pattern and syllabus in a clear and distinctive manner. Look for the steps to avail the mock test series or practice series given and start practicing it.

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How to Access GMAT Mock Test with Solutions

Candidates can follow the below-mentioned steps to get an easy access to GMAT 2018 Mock Test.

  • Go to the official website of GMAT.

  • On the taskbar go to the ‘The GMAT Exam’.

  • Under ‘The GMAT Exam’ click on the ‘Prepare for the GMAT Exam’.

  • Click on the ‘Access Your GMAT Starter Kit + Practice Exam 1 & 2’.

  • On clicking on this link a new page will open with another link denoting ‘Access GMAT Official Practice’.

  • By clicking any of the above-mentioned link, you will be redirected to login with your GMAT registered User ID and Password.

  • After logging in, you will be provided with the link to get the Practice Exam Papers. Start taking the test as per the directions prescribed by GMAC.

What is the Importance of GMAT Mock Test

  • If you want to know the exam pattern and syllabus in a detailed manner then you must start practicing the mock test series for GMAT 2018. This will help you to know the exact pattern and syllabus.

  • With a regular mock test practice session, you can make a strong grip over the syllabus and topics that are to be asked in the examination.

  • The mock test also helps you to improve your time-management for the main examination.

  • It makes you aware of the environment that you are about to face during the GMAT 2018 examination.

  • Solving mock tests are considered to be one of the best ways for the preparation of an examination. Check the How to Prepare Section of GMAT for more preparation tips and tricks.

  • Solving mock tests helps you to be quick with the difficult and tricky questions.

Quick Look at GMAT Exam Pattern and Marking Scheme 2018:

  • GMAT 2018 is an examination that will be conducted through online mode.

  • The syllabus of GMAT 2018 consists of four different sections – Verbal Section, Quantitative Section, Integrated Reasoning Section and Analytical Writing Assessment Section.

  • There will be a total of 90 objective questions and 1 subjective question that are to be solved in 3 hours 7 minutes.

  • There are different time slots for different sections of GMAT question paper.

  • The score range of GMAT usually lies between 200-800.

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GMAT Coaching Institutes

Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is the examination that is conducted globally for the aspirants of management studies. The exam takes place at regular intervals throughout the year, to check the managerial skills of the test takers and future management personnel. The level of competition in this examination is very high, therefore, the preparation for it must also be of that level. A number of coaching institutes are available for the GMAT takers to help them crack the examination with good scores and ranks. The GMAT Coaching Institutes are available in all the major states of the different GMAT countries for their aspiring test-takers.

Coaching Institutes for GMAT focus mainly on the overall preparation of its candidates, so that, they may clear not only the written examination but also the other selection rounds involved to take admission in a reputed management institute. Candidates looking forward to clear this examination and take admission in a renowned management institution must take admission in some reputed GMAT coaching institutes.

The coaching institutes will also help candidates to know the exam pattern and syllabus of GMAT, making them aware of the type and structure of the questions that they will face in the main examination. GMAT Best Books and Study Materials can also be provided by these coaching institutes to help candidates understand the important topics in a better and easy manner. A number of reasons will lead the GMAT candidates through the coaching institutes. But it is important for candidates to select the coaching institutes carefully and wisely.

How to Choose Best Coaching Institutes

Candidates planning for GMAT coaching institutes must choose the right institution for GMAT preparation. Let’s look at the pointers that candidates must keep in mind while selecting the GMAT Coaching Institutes.

  • First and most important point candidates must keep in mind is to check for the recognition and reputation of the coaching center they are planning for. It is very important to check the status of the coaching institutes as it will help candidates in drawing an image of the quality of classes and teachers of that particular coaching institutes.

  • Candidates must also keep distance in mind while selecting the coaching institutes for GMAT preparation. Considering the distance between the coaching institute and the residence of the candidate is very important. A shorter distance will help candidates to reach the coaching institute on time and will also help them to avoid the exertion of travelling.

  • Checking the number of students enrolled and the number of teachers for the students is also important for candidates. The student and teacher ratio is a very important factor that must not be avoided while choosing the coaching center.

  • Fee Structure is a point that cannot be escaped while selecting the GMAT coaching institutes. Candidates must select the coaching the institute according to their budget. There are a number of coaching institutes that offer a low price or a discounted rate for GMAT aspirants. The price can also be based on first come first serve basis or scholarships. Candidates must check all the fee structure related parameters before they finalize the coaching center.

  • Candidates should also check the success rate of the coaching institutes. They can check the number of successfully placed GMAT candidates through the institutes they are considering for preparation. Coaching institution with a high rate of successful candidates must be considered first by the candidates without any second thoughts.

  • Candidates who think they are slow learners can check for the remedial or extra classes provided by the coaching institute they are considering. They must ask the details to the concerned authority of the coaching institute. Candidates can ask the students of the coaching center and can also analyze the environment of the classroom.

  • The time slot of the classes along with the number of days of the classes must also be checked by the candidates. The number of classes per week and time duration of the classes must be in knowledge of the candidates.

  • It is important for GMAT aspirants to check for the duration of the preparation as proclaimed by the coaching institute. To check the style and speed of the coaching institutes, candidates can ask the students that are already enrolled or have studied from those coaching institutes.

Top Coaching Institutes in India for MBA Entrance Preparation

Bulls Eye

Career Launcher

Byju’s Classes


Endeavor Careers


MBA Guru


Prudence Academy

PT Education

Genesis Mentors


Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Delhi / NCR 

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd, Raja Garden/Qutab Enclave/Kingsway Camp/Taimoor Nagar/Old DLF Gurugram

Top One Percent Delhi, South Extention

Career Launcher, Dwarka/CP/Rajouri Garden/Pitampura/Saket/Old Rajendra Nagar/Kingsway Camp

Career Launcher, Sushant Lok-1/South City II/Sector 14 Gurugram/Sector 2 Noida

IMS Dwarka/Saket / Connaught Place

Vprov, Mukherjee Nagar

Byju’s Classes, Vikaspuri/Karol Bagh/Pitampura/CP/Sector 12 Dwarka

Byju’s Classes, Sushant Lok-1 Gurugram/Sector 50 Noida

T.I.M.E, CP/Kalu Sarai/Satya Niketan/Jhandewalan Extension/Kalu Sarai/Pitampura/Rajouri Garden/Kailash Colony

T.I.M.E, Sector 14 Gurugram

T.I.M.E, Sector 15 Noida/ Sector 62 Noida/ Greater Noida

Achievers Point, Hauz Khas

Prudence Academy, Laxmi Nagar

Manya-The Princeton Review, Raja Garden/Kingsway Camp/Okhla Phase-II/DLF Phase-IV Gurugram

PythaGURUS, Old DLF Colony, Gurgaon

Dhirati Education, Tilak Nagar

Priti Edusources, Ashok Vihar

Infinite School of Learning, Lajpat Nagar

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Kolkata, West Bengal

Career Launcher, Salt Lake/Gariahat/Park St/Sealdah

T.I.M.E, Park Street/Salt Lake/Jadavpur/New Alipore/Sealdah/Paschim Putiary

Byju’s Classes, Salt Lake City

Erudite, Park Street Area

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd., Hazra Road

Endeavor Careers, Camac Street

Manya-The Princeton Review, Salt Lake

CUBIX Educational Institute, Park Street

Edufoster, Lenin Sarani Road

Diksha Learning Services Pvt. Ltd., Gariahat

The OPUS Way, Bhowanipore

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Mumbai, Maharashtra

IMS, Andheri/Bandra West/Thane/Kandivali East/Powai

Prep Zone, Navi Mumbai

Sharp Minds, Dadar

Endeavor Careers Pvt. Ltd., Borivali West/Thane West/Vile Parle West/Navi Mumbai

Inspirus (Formerly KIC Education), Andheri West/Ghatkopar East/Bandra West

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd., Dadar West/Andheri West

T.I.M.E., Powai/Dadar East

Clear Perception GRE Classes, Juhu

Mitul Gada and Associates, Andheri West

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Chennai, Tamilnadu

IELTS Classes, Nungambakkam

T.I.M.E, Gandhi Nagar/Anna Nagar/Nungambakkam/West Tambaram/Gandhi Salai/Montieth Road/Ullagaram

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd, Nungambakkam High Road

The IMMACULATE Training & Consulting, Adyar

IMS Tambaram/Adyar/Annanagar

Manhattan Review Classes, West Tambaram

Career Launcher, West Tambaram

Manya-The Princeton Review, Viswa Sita Kunj

Wizako Classes, Velachery/Nungambakkam

Byju's Classes, Medavakkam/General Patters Rd

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Bangalore, Karnatak

Top One Percent, Koramangala

Manhattan Review Classes, Malleswaram

Crackverbal, Malleshwaram

Byju's Classes, Suddagunte Palya/Koramangala/Hebbal/Jayanagar/Suddagunte Palya/Banaswadi/Basaveshwar Nagar

T.I.M.E, Indiranagar/Jayanagar/Malleswaram/7th Cross Road/Marathahalli/Yelahanka/Koramangala

Career Launcher, Indiranagar/Koramangla/Marathalli/Jayanagar/Malleshwaram/BTM/Rajaji Nagar/Vijayanagar

IMS, Koramangala/Jayanagar/Marthahalli/Indiranagar/

Endeavor Careers, Jayanagar/Koramangala

CrackVerbal GMAT Coaching, Marathahalli

Aspire Global Education, Marathahalli

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Jaipur, Rajasthan

IMS, Tonk Road/Pratap Nagar/Vidhayak Nagar

Career Launcher, Hawa Sadak/Chitrakoot

Endeavor Careers, Bajaj Nagar

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd, Malviya Nagar

T.I.M.E, Malviya Nagar/Civil Lines/Vaishali Nagar

The Chopras, MI Road

Manya The Princeton Review, Tonk Road

Byju’s Classes, Jalupura

P T Education, Gandhi Nagar

Top Coaching Institutes for GMAT in Hyderabad, Telangana

First Academy, Ameerpet

Brooklyn Review, Kukatpally

Byju’s Classes, Himayatnagar/JNTU-Hi Tech City Road

IMS, Begumpet/Narayanguda/Madhapur/Mehdipatnam

CrackIIM, Banjara Hills

GMAT Coaching – CrackISB, Banjarahills Hyderaba/Kukatpally

IELTS Review, Kukatpally

Jamboree Education (P) Ltd, Begumpet

Manya - The Princeton Review, Punjagutta

Manhattan Review Classes, Madhapur/Kukatpally/Mehdipatnam/Whisper Valley

T.I.M.E, Dilsukhnagar/Narayanguda/Mehdipatnam/Kukatpally/Madhapur/Vamshi Estate/Tarnaka/Park Lane

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GMAT Conducting Body

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) for candidates seeking admission to postgraduate management courses offered at various B-schools worldwide. GMAC is an International Non-Profit Organisation of business schools that provides products and services to academic institutions and prospective graduate management education students. GMAC meets the needs of various management schools, and management students by offering a wide array of products, services, and programmes that are designed to open doors for students and professionals across the world. GMAC also serves as the leading source of research and information for quality graduate management education.

GMAT Exam Centres



















New Delhi















Contact Details

Address: GMAC India Office, Gurgaon, India

Phone Number: 91 120 4397830


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