"Before you have started your preparation, you may wonder how much time you will need to master the GMAT. As you may have heard, it all depends on individual skills and abilities, and the target score. The total amount of time required for preparation may vary from one month to more than half a year. However, in this article I will try to assign certain time value to each step of your GMAT preparation process...."
"The Analytical Writing does not often receive due attention from potential GMAT-takers because they know it does not count towards the targeted 700+ score. However, if you are applying for a PhD or Master of Arts degree, you may be asked to receive a certain minimal score for the AWA section. Moreover, your AWA score may be used by universities as an additional evaluation criterion, so skipping the section is not a good idea...."
"The Verbal Section of the GMAT exam has three different types of questions: critical reasoning questions, sentence correction questions, and reading comprehension questions. The number of Critical Reasoning questions may vary from 8 to 11...."
"Every test taker is granted with an opportunity to order the Enhanced Score Report (ESR) after taking the exam itself. But how do you know whether you need it? This article will help you find out...."
"Often, the two tests are considered alternatives. However, some business schools will ask you specifically for the GMAT score or the GRE score. To choose the test you need, visit the official web page of the school you are applying to. In this article, we are going to talk about similarities and difference between the two tests...."
"The scope of topics that may appear during the test is huge, frankly speaking. You may have spent months on drilling the theory, and it may even seem that you can answer any theoretical question now: How does a dependent clause differ from an independent clause? Are participles considered parallel on the GMAT? How do I find the discriminant? and many others...."
"The GMAC allows you to register for the GMAT exam up to 6 months in advance. However, do not rush to do it now! It is important to understand where you are in your preparation process and how much time is needed to ecxel in the test...."
"As we have already discussed in other blog articles, the GMAT score will be based only on the Verbal and the Quantitative sections. This means that even if you skip the Analytical Writing Assessment and the Integrated Reasoning section, your final score that is scaled from 200 to 800 will not be hurt...."
"The GMAT exam has undergone several changes since its creation. However, its main goal has remained the same – to assess analytical skills, quantitative and verbal skills, and skills in reading...."
"The EA is a comparatively new test administered by the GMAT, the same organization that is in charge of the GMAT exam. Briefly, the EA is a short version of the GMAT exam with certain changes in its structure and length...."