GMAT Exam Analysis 2019

Abhik Das Updated On: 26 Aug, 2019 10:17 IST

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GMAT Pre-Exam Analysis

The GMAT pre-exam analysis is provided to the GMAT 2019 aspirants to help them deal with the GMAT 2019 entrance test in an effective manner. The pre-exam analysis for GMAT becomes even more important for those who will be experiencing the GMAT exam for the first time in 2019. Also, within the GMAT pre-exam analysis, the candidates will find the section-wise pre-exam analysis of GMAT exam which will exclusively focus on the number of questions each section will have, time duration to complete each section etc. Through the GMAT pre-exam analysis, the GMAT aspirants will be able to find a way to tackle questions asked in the GMAT 2019 question paper. 

Given below is the detailed pre-exam analysis for GMAT for aspirants preparing to appear in the upcoming session of the test.

GMAT 2019 Exam Structure Highlights

Check out the GMAT 2019 exam structure highlights given in the table below:

Section Name

No. of Questions

Type of Questions

Allocated Time

Integrated Reasoning

12

Graphics Interpretation, Multi-Source Reasoning, Table Analysis, Two-Part Analysis

30 Minutes

Analytical Writing Assessment

1

Argument Analysis

30 Minutes

Verbal Reasoning

41

Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction

75 Minutes

Quantitative Reasoning

37

Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency

75 Minutes

Section-Wise GMAT Pre-Exam Analysis

Given below is the section-wise GMAT pre-exam analysis which will provide sufficient information to the candidates aspiring to take the GMAT test for 2019:

  • Integrated Reasoning: This section will assess how much competent are the test-takers in analyzing multiple data streams in the contemporary data-driven world. It will also evaluate how well the test-takers evaluate the information presented in diverse formats

  • Analytical Writing Assessment: This section will measure the test-takers’ ability to think critically and how well they can communicate their ideas

  • Verbal Reasoning: In this section, the candidates’ ability to read and interpret written material along with their ability to rectify written material to match the standard of written English and the ability to weigh arguments will be measured

  • Quantitative Reasoning: This section will gauge the candidates’ ability of data analyzation and how well they can employ their reasoning skills to arrive at conclusions

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