GMAT® is an abbreviation for the Graduate Management Admission Test, which is a standardized computer adaptive test. The GMAT is designed to determine your chances of succeeding at a business school. It tests your ability to critically approach complex arguments, to compose grammatically correct, clear and concise sentences, to comprehend information from complicated texts, and your ability to solve basic math problems. However GMATdoes not test your knowledge of business, your job experience, or your computer skills, and it is not concerned with your character traits or management skills.
All three sections of the GMAT are scored independently and your final GMAT score will depend on your Verbal and Quantitative scores.
|Section Name||Scaled Score||Final Score|
|AWA||Analysis of an Argument||0-6||0-6|