# GMAT

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• Total Marks = 800
• CBT (Computer Based Test)
• Total time = 3 hrs 30min
• 4 Parts
• Argument Task (0-6)
• Integrated Reasoning (1-8)
• Maths (400 Marks)
• Verbal/English (400 Marks)
• Test start with Argument Task (compulsory you have to type Essay)
• Time: 30 min, No options : 1/1
• They will give you a topic from the pool. You have to find what author wants to say and you have to oppose (argue/criticize) authors position.
• Score: In terms of (0-6) points. 6 is the highest score.
##### Task-2 Integrated Reasoning
• Time: 30 min
• 12 Items
• ou will get calculator for this section
• 4 type of questions
• Table Analysis
• Graphics Interpretation
• Two- Part analysis
• Multi source reasoning.
• Scoring range from 1-8. In interval of 1
##### 1st type - Reading Comprehension
• You have to read paragraph and give best answer according to questions.
##### 2nd type – Sentence Correction
• One sentence is there which is grammatically wrong.
• You have 5 options (sentences).
• Select correct sentence from the options.
• If the given sentence is grammatically correct than (a) is a correct option.
##### 3rd type – Critical Reading
• They will give you small paragraph.
• Read the paragraph carefully by critically examining.
• Give the best answers from the 5 answer choices according to the question asked.
##### 1st type - Standard Multiple Choice
• Below the questions 5 options are there. Find the best option.
##### 2nd type: Data Sufficiency
• One question is there below that 2 statements are there (S1, S2).
• According to the questions and information given in two statements. Find the correct answer (A, B, C, D and E).
• A. If statement (1) alone is sufficient to answer the question but statement (2) by itself is not sufficient to answer the question.
• B. If statement (2) alone is sufficient to answer the question but statement (1) by itself is not sufficient to answer the question.
• C. If both statements taken together are sufficient to answer the question but either statement by itself is not sufficient to answer the question
• D. If each of the statements alone is sufficient to answer the question
• E. If the statements, together, are still not sufficient to answer the question