What is GMAT?

The Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) is a standardized test in order to get into MBA business schools and a few other courses. While the admission- committees do consider many other factors (including your college grades, transcripts, essays, resume, work experience, and interview), it is important to do well on the GMAT since a high score in GMAT opens the gateway to various top-notch B-schools in the USA, Canada, Singapore, and many other countries including India.

​The GMAT is a computer adaptive test. It has 4 sections – Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Analysis (AWA).

The exam has 4 sections with a total time of 3 hours 30 minutes, including optional breaks and tutorials.

The following table shows the information for each section of the GMAT:


Structure for the Examination


The minimum marks required to pass the GMAT exam is 200 marks out of 800 marks.

What makes our services unique?

In order to ace the GMAT exam in the first attempt itself and secure your admission to your dream institute, HELLO STUDY GLOBAL offers three services:



  • It covers Verbal reasoning and the Quant section 

  • Live and Recorded sessions

  • Soft copies of exceptional study material for the exam

  • Online full-length Mock tests and other services that helps you ace these sections.


  • It is the advanced version of the GMAT Fast-track course 

  • The applicant will be provided with more study hours and course validity along with more services.


  • It covers all the sections of the exam

  • Recorded sessions 

  • Unlimited doubt clearing sessions  

  • Online Mock tests

  • Softcopies of all the exceptional study material.

  • It caters to all the sections of the exam which is like a jackpot during the exam preparation.


How to apply for GMAT services?

HELLO STUDY GLOBAL can easily be contacted by just visiting our website and scheduling a call with the team who would approach you to solve all your queries and assist you with the enrolment procedure.

Experienced Trainers

We conduct sessions that let students grasp all the concepts clearly

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FAQs about GMAT Exam

Q). How can I prepare to take the GMAT exam?

You should prepare until you are comfortable with the test question formats and timing. Preparation time differs from individual to individual but may take seven weeks or more.

Q). Can I reschedule a GMAT appointment?

One can reschedule even 1 day before the test date. No appointment changes can be made or modified within 24 hours of the exam appointment time. The reschedule fees is structured in three tiers based on your scheduled appointment day. It varies from $50 to $150. Check to know the latest fee structure.

Q). Do business schools have a minimum GMAT score requirement?

Most schools will not set a minimum requirement for GMAT scores, although most will publish the average GMAT score of their students. This information is usually readily available on schools’ websites. So, do your research and find out the average scores for the schools you want to apply to.

Q). How long are GMAT scores valid for?

Your GMAT scores will be valid for 5 years. Every time you take the test and send your score to a school, the school will be able to see every GMAT score you have attained in the previous 5 years.​

Q). How many times can I take the GMAT?

You can retake the GMAT up to 5 times in a rolling 12-month period and not more than 8 times in a lifetime. However, if you want to take it more than that then you can submit an application to GMAC. You must also understand that you should give a concrete reason; otherwise, your request will be cancelled. Also, if you score an 800 on the exam, you will not be allowed to retake the test for another 5 years!

Q). Which are some of the best institutes that accept GMAT scores and provide scholarships for the same?

You can read the blog GMAT for more information regarding universities and scholarships. You can also book a free demo counselling session with us to solve your queries. Contact our counsellors today!.