Test Format


The GMAT Test Format is divided into 4 sections namely.

Analysis of an Argument
One question to be answered in 30 minutes.

Integrated Reasoning
12 questions to be answered in 30 minutes Students can opt for an Optional Break.

31 Questions to be answered in 62 minutes Students can opt for an Optional Break.

36 Questions to be answered in 65 minutes.

The Total duration of the entire Test Format is 3 Hours 30 minutes.



The Analytical Writing Assessment section of the test measures your ability to think critically and communicate complex ideas through writing.

Integrated Reasoning section will assess the data analysis skill of a candidate. It will consist of four types of questions:
• Graph Analysis
• Table Analysis
• Two way Analysis
• Multi Source Analysis

The Quantitative section of the GMAT exam measures your ability to reason mathematically, solve quantitative problems and interpret graphic data. This section contains the following types of questions:
• Problem Solving
• Data Sufficiency

The Verbal section of the test measures your ability to understand and evaluate what you read and to recognize basic conventions of standard written English. The section contains the following types of questions:
• Reading Comprehension (Reading and comprehending the given text and answering the questions based on the same)
• Critical Reasoning (Reasoning and evaluating arguments)
• Sentence Correction (Correcting the data by following the standard conventions of writing)



Essays are scored on a scale of 0 – 6 in 0.5 increments.
Integrated Reasoning section is scored on a scale of 1 – 8 in 1 point increment.
Quantitative section is scored on a scale of 0 – 60 in 1 point increment.
Verbal section is scored on a scale of 0 – 60 in 1 point increment.
Scaled scores of Quantitative and Verbal sections are added to create a score on the scale of 200 - 800 in 10 points increment.


Good score is 650 +/ 800

Computer Adaptive Format
In a computer-adaptive test, questions are chosen from a very large pool of test questions categorized by content and difficulty and presented one at a time. The test is constantly targeting your individual ability level. In each section, your answer for each question will determine the level of your next question. Consequently, you must enter an answer for each question and you may not go back to make changes. If you answer a question incorrectly by mistake or correctly by lucky guess, your answers to subsequent questions will lead you back to questions that are at the appropriate level of difficulty for you.



Teaching Pedagogy for Quantitative & Verbal Part
Exercises are assigned from GMAT Official Guide. We make our students practice one question type at a time, so that they develop sound reasoning and proper approach, which will in turn enhance their expertise and confidence. After completion of individual exercises, the detailed discussion is taken in which our teachers try to understand the reasoning and approach followed by students.
If a student is found to be not following the right approach, our teachers guide him. During essay sessions of GMAT topics are chosen from official pool and discussed with the students. After discussion of ideas, guidelines are given for composition of essays.

Salient Features of GMAT training @ JME

• 100 hours of intensive and comprehensive training.
• Maximum 10-15 students per batch, making the sessions personalized.
• Mathematics for MBA by RS Agarwal, GMAT official Guide and Princeton GMAT issued as courseware.
• Barron's online account issued.
•Teaching pedagogy involving a very strong focus on building fundamentals in Math, guiding students with approach towards different question types, helping students build reasoning skills and giving sufficient practice.
• Qualified, experienced and trained facultie.
• 20 full-length mock tests.
• Well stocked library.
• Availability of Weekdays (Tuesday to Friday, 2 hours per day) and Weekend Batches (Saturday and Sunday, 4 hours per day) under Regular Mode.
• Availability of Fast Track Mode (Tuesday to Sunday, 4 hours per day) for people who want to complete the course at the earliest.



JME offers one of the most intensive, comprehensive, affordable and value-for-money training services for GMAT in India. One of the most salient features of training at JME is a very strong focus on building the foundation of Mathematics and coupling the same with rigorous practice.

Score Validity : 5 years
Registration Mode : Online
Mode of payment : Debit Card / Credit card / Demand Draft
Test Fee : $ 250
Score reporting time : Approximately 20 Calendar Days
Extra Score Reporting Fee : $ 35 Each
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Rescheduling Fee : $ 60
Test Administration Frequency : Throughout the year
Test Repetition policy : 16 days, maximum 5 times a calendar year
Nature of test : Computer Based Test



1. What is GMAT?

 stands for Graduate Management Aptitude Test.

2. What set of skills are tested through the GMAT exam?

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) assesses the writing, quantitative, analytical, verbal and reading skills in written English. The test is designed to measure the ability of the candidate to reason all these skills. The test is designed to judge the critical thinking, analysis and problem-solving skills of the candidates apart from monitoring the ability to solve complex judgments. The aspirant should know the basic Maths and English-language to solve these queries.  

3. Are all questions in the GMAT scored?

Not all the GMAT questions are scored. 10-25% questions which you see in the Quantitative and Verbal sections are experimental questions. These are designed by GMAC for future tests. The performance of the experiment's questions is assessed against the questions which are scored and this information can be administered to candidates in the future.

4. Who all can access my GMAT score?

GMAT scores can only be accessed by the candidate registered for the exam. Score Reports comprising of a digital photograph of the candidate and copies of essays and can only be accessed if at all requested by the candidate while taking the test or while requesting for Additional Score Reports (ASR).

5. Which sections the candidate can request to rescore?

The candidates can avail rescoring for the Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) section. It cannot be applied to the Quantitative, Verbal, or IR Prep sections of the GMAT exam.

6. What is the difference between the GMAT and the GRE?

The GMAT is a standardized test for getting into a top business school across the globe. Certain business schools have also started accepting GRE. The GMAT comprises of a Quantitative and a Verbal section like GRE. Apart from this, in the GMAT exam, two sections are combined to give a composite score of 800.