Accepted by more than 7,000 business and management programs worldwide, for nearly 60 years, the GMAT exam has been the test of choice by the world’s business leaders to get into the world’s leading business schools for one reason – it works. Quite simply, no other exam lets you showcase the skills that matter most in the business school classroom and in your career.

Is GMAT Focus still adaptive?

Yes, GMAT Focus is still a question-adaptive exam, like the old GMAT; this structure is the gold standard for standardized exams. The drawback: On any question-adaptive exam, you have to answer the current question on screen in order to advance to the next question—and you can’t go back once you’ve answered. That can be stressful.

But there’s a twist. GMAC has found a way to adjust the algorithm to allow GMAT Focus test takers to change up to 3 answers per section. This is impressive—they’re basically reinventing question-adaptive testing. They (and the business schools) still get the vast advantages conferred by having a question-adaptive test, while extending some flexibility to test takers.

You will still need to choose an answer to each problem as you go. Then, at the end of the section, you’ll be able to review any problems you want and change up to 3 answers. (You’ll also have access to a bookmark feature throughout so that you can quickly find again the problems that you want to review.) 

Business schools use & trust GMAT score in admission procedure

Consider these additional advantages:

  • The GMAT exam measures the skills you have and the skills schools need. Showcase the skills that matter most – to schools and businesses – with the GMAT exam’s unique Integrated Reasoning section.
  • A proven measure of your success. Decades of research confirm that the GMAT exam is a valid and reliable predictor of your academic performance in today’s graduate management programs.
  • The GMAT exam is relied on more by graduate business schools worldwide. The GMAT exam works – for you and them – and is accepted by more programs and schools than any other individual graduate management school exam.
  • The GMAT exam is available when you’re ready to take it. Testing is available around the world in state-of-the-art facilities designed to provide an unparalleled test-taking experience so that you can perform your best.
Exam Pattern :

The GMAT exam is comprised of four sections – Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. At the test center, just before your exam begins, you can select the order in which you want to complete the sections.

GMAT is a three hours, 7 minutes test with a maximum score of 800 points. The entire GMAT syllabus divided into four sections. Here is the division of the exam syllabus:

GMAT Test Section# of QuestionsQuestion TypesTiming

Analytical Writing Assessment1 TopicAnalysis of Argument30 Minutes
Integrated Reasoning12 QuestionsMulti-Source
Reasoning Graphics
Two-Part Analysis
Table Analysis
30 Minutes
Quantitative31 QuestionsData Sufficiency
Problem Solving
62 Minutes
Verbal36 QuestionsReading Comprehension
Critical Reasoning
Sentence Correction
65 Minutes
Total Exam Time,
not including breaks or tutorials
3 hours, 7 minutes
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