With the advancement of technology at a fast pace, the boom of online education has become a boon for thousands of students. The online GMAT training in Bangalore provides teaching methodology in a simple process keeping in mind the essential concepts that are asked in GMAT. The courses can be completed in the comfort of one’s location. Let’s look at the latest exam pattern which would be beneficial for the students so that they can manage their time correctly. The exam is a computer adaptive test which comprises of 91 questions. There are a total of four sections like Integrated Reasoning, Analytical Writing Assessment, Verbal Section and Quantitative part.
The duration of the GMAT exam is 3.5 hours, it consists of the following sections:
- Verbal for 75 minutes
- Integrated Reasoning for 30 minutes
- Quant for 75 minutes
- Analytical Writing Assessment for 30 minutes
The Integrated Reasoning section consists of twelve questions and a total of thirty minutes would be given for solving the questions. In the Analytical Writing Assessment part, only one question is provided and half an hour is given for solving. This question judges the analytical ability and forecasting power of the students so that they can come to a justified conclusion behind the given argument. The Verbal part has forty-one questions that have to be completed in one hour and fifteen minutes. The quantitative part has thirty-seven questions and also need to be completed in one hour and fifteen minutes. The questions asked in this section were of the twelfth standard.
To pass the exam, one needs to go through the syllabus thoroughly. Over the years there is no change in the syllabus and candidates must understand the curriculum so that they don’t get confused or surprised while giving the exam. All the topics are from 10+2 level, so it is not at all a tough exam to crack if one is devoting their time wisely while preparing. In the analytical writing assessment, one has to analyse the argument and then provide a logical conclusion. The Integrated reasoning consists of graphics interpretation analysis, multi-source reasoning, analysis of tables and two-part analysis. The quantitative section has two parts – problem-solving and data sufficiency while the verbal section has a critical rationale, correction of sentences and reading comprehension.
The GMAT institutes in Bangalore helps in the preparation through mock tests and webinars on a daily basis for solving the questions step by step. Their unique teaching process helps the students to ace the exam with minimum effort. On the dashboard of every student’s portal, there is a support option where they need to click on the Contact Faculty for clearing their doubts. Provide all the necessary details as asked in the dashboard and one will get an automated mail confirming the time and date to have one on one discussion with the faculties. The doubts sessions are done through telephones, Hangouts or Skype and webinars. If a student is interested in migrating from traditional classroom training to online training, then they need to contact the centre manager, and the institute would provide all the details.