About GMAT

Everything you need to know about the GMAT Training


The Graduate Management Admission test is the world’s most recognized and reliable standardized test for MBA . All the top Business Schools require a GMAT score of about 720 or a 85 percentile score.

Challenges

Though a 720 is very much achievable, most can’t reach such scores without consistent and strategic preparation. To give you an example the average GMAT scores of most Indians is around a 550 or a 50 percentile. The test is sort of like a mental marathon; it’s almost 4 hours long and requires you to be able to make clear decisions for the entire period.

The key areas of competencies that the  GMAT tests are the ability to think critically, recognize underlying patterns and focus on important details among the myriad of other distracting details presented.


Gautham's GMAT success with Plusprep

Gautham’s GMAT experience

I scored 730 on my GMAT! I was afraid of the verbal section beyond anything else, but the experts at Plus Prep helped me get over my fear. I learned very logical ways to approach GMAT questions and this helped me avoid the "traps" that I usually fell into. I couldn't have gotten this score without the guidance of the trainers at Plus Prep!

Gautham Shetty
GMAT 730

5.0
2018-04-28T16:53:49+00:00

Gautham Shetty
GMAT 730

Gautham's GMAT success with Plusprep
I scored 730 on my GMAT! I was afraid of the verbal section beyond anything else, but the experts at Plus Prep helped me get over my fear. I learned very logical ways to approach GMAT questions and this helped me avoid the "traps" that I usually fell into. I couldn't have gotten this score without the guidance of the trainers at Plus Prep!

Karthik Gowda’s GMAT and Admission experience with Plusprep

Joined Plusprep for GMAT & Admissions. I liked the personalized approach which made a big difference since I had very specific requirements. If you are looking for quality and personalised attention, I whole heartedly recommend Plusprep.

Karthik Gowda
GMAT 710

5.0
2018-06-04T22:37:30+00:00

Karthik Gowda
GMAT 710

Joined Plusprep for GMAT & Admissions. I liked the personalized approach which made a big difference since I had very specific requirements. If you are looking for quality and personalised attention, I whole heartedly recommend Plusprep.
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Here are the features of our Online and Classroom programs


​60 Hours of classroom or Online Training

The GMAT training program comes with 60 hours of training, this covers every aspect of the GMAT strategy and theory modules. The 60 hours only include the actual number of ‘classroom’ hours and is not inclusive of the additional support you will receive as part of the program.

Official GMAT Study Material

The best resources available for the GMAT are the official guides. We, therefore, provide the official guide including the verbal and quant official guides as part of the curriculum. This of course is excluding Plus Prep’s own study materials, portal and worksheet.

Online Student portal

Our GMAT training comes with an online portal includes 11 full length simulated mock tests, over 1000 practice questions in a GMAT like platform, 10 sectional tests each for Verbal and Quant, and over 50 hours of review videos. These are of course in addition to the course-books and worksheets we provide as part of the classroom / online program.

GMAT Sprints

As part of the preparation program, you will also receive access to advanced level GMAT practice questions in a  simulated environment as well as abundant resources to help you learn critical concepts and strategies that will be invaluable on test day.

Unlimited Doubt Clearing Sessions

We believe that our job is done with a student only when they have taken the test and received higher scores. We, therefore, provide unlimited support – face to face, and online – to our students until the day of the test!

Class Ambiance

A very important factor to create a high quality learning experience is small and manageable batch sizes. This ensures that students get a lot of one on one interaction with the teachers and the teachers can provide more customized solutions inside a class. We also have state of the art smart classroom to provide one of the most sophisticated learning experiences.

Teachers who are industry leaders

Our teachers have at least 8 years of experience each, teaching their respective specializations. They are also people who have been academic heads and master trainers over the years in some of the biggest education companies. We also select only the most competent trainers – those with a 99 percentile score!

Complimentary TOEFL or IELTS Coaching

We extend out IELTS and TOEFL programs free of cost to all our students!

Other features

  • ​Free University Shortlisting for test-day,
  • Score Improvement Guarantee or Money Back*

GMAT FAQs

The GMAT costs 250$ for each time you take the test.
The GMAT can be taken once every 16 days, but no more than 5 times in a 365 day period.
You can register for the GMAT by creating an account with MBA.com, updating all your credentials and finally booking a test date for a specific date and location (based on availability).
The GMAT is conduced year round. You can book the GMAT on the desired time and date based on the available slots for the testing location you choose. We recommend that you book your slots at least 2-3 weeks in advance to ensure you get the slot that is desirable for you.
No. The GMAT doesn't have such minimum restrictions. You can take the GMAT while you are pursuing your Under graduation as well.
The GMAT score is valid for 5 years from the date of the test. Most colleges prefer a score that is not more than 2 years old.
No! The GMAT is one of many selection criteria that colleges and universities use to gauge applicants. The most commonly used criteria are GMAT scores, Academic performance in college. Work experience, Letters of recommendation, Statement of purpose / Motivation, Essay Extra-curricular etc..
GMAT if you're only looking to apply to MBA programs. Business schools accept GRE scores, but admission committees view the GMAT as a much better metric for selecting the right candidate. This is so because the GMAT is designed specifically to gauge competencies related to decision making processes that are required in good business administrators! The GRE is more of a generic yardstick for eliminating candidates! On the other hand, if you are looking at a Masters in anything other than business administration - then the GRE is the test to take!
There are many B-Schools in India that accept GMAT scores. Most 1 year executive MBA programs accept GMAT scores as well. Here is a list of Indian Business Schools that accept GMAT scores: https://www.mba.com/india/the-gmat-exam/about-the-gmat-exam/schools-value-the-gmat/gmat-accepting-schools-in-india.aspx
1. The GMAT is less about theory and more about strategy 2. The GMAT requires about 2-3 three months of strategic and consistent preparation, no more. 3. You need to take multiple full length mock tests through the entire course of your preparation. Be prepared to take 5-6 mocks at the least. This will help you build core skills as well as gauge where you stand in your preparation level. 4. Mathematics isn't as difficult as you might think. It's more about logical and critical reasoning than hard-core math! 5. A good score on the GMAT is usually around a 700+
There are several components to the GMAT scoring. 1. AWA - scored from 0-6 2. IR - scored from 1-8 3. Verbal and Quant - together contribute to 200-800 score.
Yes, you can cancel your GMAT score on the day of the test, after you have previewed your unofficial GMAT test score. Cancelled scores can be reinstated anytime within a 4 year 11 month window after the date of the test. If you want to cancel a score after test date, you can do so online for a fee of 25$ within 72 hours of the test.
On the day of the test, you can send your scores to 5 colleges for free. After this, you can send (by logging in to mba.com) additional score reports to colleges for a fee.
Yes, but you will have to get in touch with the admission committee of the respective college to clarify this - since admission policies for each college and program tends to vary.

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