The GMAT test consists of four sections:
Analytical writing assessment: Based on an analysis of the argument, 1 question, 30 minutes.
Integrated reasoning section: Based on table analysis, graphics interpretation, multi-source reasoning, two-part analysis, 12 questions, 30 minutes.
Quantitative reasoning: 31 questions based on data sufficiency(15) and problem-solving (22), 62 minutes.
Verbal reasoning: 41 MCQs based on critical reasoning (12), reading comprehension(14), and sentence correction(15), 65 minutes.
The candidates are entitled to two breaks of 8 minutes each during the whole test.
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