The Graduate Management Admission Test

The GMAT® exam is the assessment for Graduate Business School candidates – it was designed by Business Schools to measure the skills shown to help graduate business students succeed in the challenging curriculum. A computer adaptive exam that assesses Verbal, Quantitative, and AnalyticalWriting skills developed over time, the GMAT exam is a valid and reliable predictor of success in graduate business school.

Why Havish?

Experienced and Dedicated Faculty

Comprehensive course material – Quants Work Book, Verbal Work Book & Question Bank

Small Batches, Flexible Class Scheduling

Personal Attention to Each Student, Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions

System Based Time Bound GMATMock Tests

Professional Assistance in GMAT Test Registration

Short listing of Universities before appearing for the test

Analytical Wilting Assessment Section

The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) is
designed as a direct measure of the test takers
ability to think critically and communicate ideas-The
AWA consists of two writing tasks: Analysis of an
Issue and Analysis of an Argument.

The issues and arguments in the test questions
concern topics of general interest related to

business or other subjects. Specific knowledge of
the essay topic is not necessary- only the test

takers capacity to write analytically is assessed.

Verbal Section This part of the GMAT exam measures the test taker's ability to

Read and comprehend written material
Reason and evaluate arguments

Correct written material to conform to standard
written English

Three types of multiple-choice questions are
used in the Verbal section of the GMAT exam:
ReadingComprehension, Critical Reasoning,
and Sentence Correction.

Quantitative Section

This part of the GMAT exam measures
mathematical skills, understanding of elementary
concepts, and the ability to reason quantitatively,
solve quantitative problems, and interpret graphic
data Two types of multiple-choice questions are
intermingled throughout the section: Problem
Solving and Data Sufficiency. Both types of
questions require knowledge of the following:


Elementary algebra
Commonly known concepts of geometry


  • GMAT® test takers receive five scores :
    An Official GMAT Score Report shows each of these scores; in cases of repeat testing, the score report will show all of the test taker’s GMAT scores for the past five years. Test takers may printan Unofficial Score Report after they finish the exam, but this does not include the AWA score and will not be accepted in lieu of an Official Score Report.
    Integrated Reasoning
    Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
    Verbal, and Quantitative Scores


GMAT can be taken all round the year. To schedule a date we offer Professional Assistance in Exam Registration.


What to Bring to the Test Center

  • Acceptable identification as described in Presenting Proper Identification – Passport.
  • The names of the GMAT® Programs to which you would like to send your GMAT scores. Note: you will not be allowed to bring notes with the names of theseprograms into the testing room.
  • The appointment confirmation letter or email you received from Pearson VUE. However, if you do not have your confirmation letter- or were not issued a confirmation letter- you will still be allowed to test if you have a scheduled appointment.