The GMAT is required by students applying to business schools, especially for the MBA program. The test is taken on the computer and takes about 3 hours and 30 min to complete. There are 3 parts to the test:
1) Analytical Writing
Students are required to write 2 essays: one requires students to take a position and develop arguments to support that point of view. The other requires student to analyze and critique an argument.
There are 2 types of questions: Problem solving and Data Sufficiency.
Question types involve Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction and Critical Reasoning
The GMAT is a Computer Adaptive Test. The questions get harder if you keep getting questions right, but if you keep getting questions wrong, the test will get easier.