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What is GMAT

The GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is an examination system used in the United States and other English-speaking countries for those seeking a master's (MBA) or doctoral degree in economics. However, GMAT is not required by all universities. There are some exact sciences that require this exam for students who want to get a master's degree. The GMAT exam is held in different parts of the world. Preparations for this exam are also available in many countries. The GMAT exam is currently more popular for the MBA program, and the world's top-ranked universities require a high GMAT score for the MBA. Strong universities not only in the United States, but also in many countries require GMAT.

To begin GMAT exam preparation or take an exam, a student must have at least upper-intermediate English proficiency. The GMAT is a 3.5-hour computer-based test. However, there are some countries in the world where it is possible to take the GMAT exam in writing if it is not possible to take the exam by computer.

The exam consists of 4 sections:
1. Reading (verbal) knowledge
2. Mathematical (quantitative) knowledge
3. Integrated Reasoning
4. Analytical writing knowledge

In Azerbaijan, this exam is held in several exam centers. It is possible to take the exam 5 times a year. In this case, there must be a difference of at least 16 days between exams.


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