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GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test)

What is the GMAT Focus Edition?

The GMAT exam was created by business schools for business schools to assist with the business school admissions process. Since its creation, the GMAT has constantly evolved to meet the needs of business schools and candidates. The GMAT Focus Edition is the most recent version of the GMAT. 

The test is a computer-based, multiple choice standardized test that most business schools require to consider students for admission into postgraduate programmes. 


The GMAT Focus Edition is 2 hours and 15 minutes long (with one optional 10-minute break) and consists of 64 questions in total

How is it scored?

Your GMAT Focus Edition Total Score is based on your performance on all 3 sections of the exam, with each section weighted equally. Your score is also valid for five years, giving you the flexibility to send your score to schools when you are ready! 

IMPORTANT: Comparing your GMAT Focus Edition score directly to your score on a previous version of the GMAT is not an accurate comparison. The GMAT Focus Edition Total Score scale ranges from 205 to 805, and all Total Score values end in a 5The break up is given in the table below.

Score Penalty for Unanswered Questions

There is a penalty for not completing each section of the exam. If you do not finish in the allotted time, your score will be penalized reflecting the number of questions unanswered. Your GMAT Focus Edition score will be the best reflection of your performance when all questions are managed to be answered within the time limit.

Your Unofficial Score

Immediately after completing the exam, your unofficial scores for Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, and Data Insights, as well as your Total Score are displayed on-screen. You are not allowed to record, save, screenshot, or print your unofficial score. You will receive an email notification when your Official Score Report is available in your account.


When Offered?

When to take it?


This section measures your ability to read and comprehend written material and to reason and evaluate arguments. It is composed of 23 Reading Comprehension and Critical Reasoning questions.

Reading Comprehension questions measure your ability to understand words and statements, understand logical relationships between significant points, draw inferences, and follow the development of quantitative concepts. Specifically, the following reading skills will be tested: main idea, supporting idea, inference, application, logical structure, and style.

Critical Reasoning questions measure your ability to make arguments, evaluate arguments, and formulate or evaluate a plan of action. Critical Reasoning questions are based on a short reading passage, usually fewer than 100 words. Typically, the short text comes with a question that asks you which of the five answer options strengthens or weakens an argument, tells why the argument is flawed, or strongly supports or damages the argument. You will not need specialized knowledge of the subject matter to answer the questions.

Exam Features

The GMAT Focus Edition gives you control of your testing experience with test taker-friendly features and flexible score sending options.

Question Review & Edit

The Question Review & Edit tool gives you more control over the answers to your questions by allowing you to edit responses later in each section. With this tool, you can spend less time on questions you’re unsure about, knowing you can go back to these responses and update them.

Here is how it works:

Select Section Order

You can answer the three sections in any order, giving you a more personalized testing experience. You can also take your optional 10-minute break whenever you choose: after the first section, or after the second. This means you can adapt the exam to exactly how you’ve prepared for it, giving you more opportunities to perform at your best.

Flexible Score Sending

You can select which schools you want to receive your free score reports after you’ve taken the exam, knowing exactly how you performed. This means you can focus on taking the test without worrying about your score going to the schools yet. 

Detailed Results Delivered Fast

Within 3-5 days* of completing the exam, you will received a detailed Official Score Report that provides deep insights into your performance across the exam, including (but not limited to):

*May occasionally take up to 20 days.

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Reading and Writing section (R&W)


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