# GMAT Questions

• GMAT will be comprised of three parts: The Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA), the Quantitative section, and the Verbal section.
• AWA will be comprised of two writing assignments: Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument.
• Quantitative section will focus on Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency. Total 37 multiple-choice questions will be there.
• Verbal section will focus on reading comprehension, critical reasoning and sentence correction. Total 41 multiple-choice questions will be there.

## GMAT Questions

Most standardized tests begin with easy questions and then get progressively harder. Computer-adaptive tests are different. The computer-adaptive GMAT always begins by giving you a question that is of medium difficulty. If you get it right, you'll get a harder question. If you get it wrong, you'll get an easier question. This pattern continues across the test. It may be sometimes biased, because the computer will examine your exact level of ability right away, you will left with answering fewer GMAT questions.

### Experimental GMAT Questions

The GMAT makers cover all the experimental questions in the test. These questions do not count towards your score. They are only there to help test writers decide upon future GMAT questions. But there is no real way to tell if you are answering a real GMAT question or an experimental GMAT question.

The computer-adaptive GMAT checks your score as you take the test. The score calculation is based on the number of questions that you get right and their level of difficulty. If you leave any question unanswered, it will affect your scores. Also, it is very crucial for you to give your best in starting questions. Early GMAT questions will be focused more than later ones.

## Time Limit

Candidates will get 60 minutes to finish both writing assignments in the AWA section, hence 30 minutes for each assignment.

Candidates will get 75 minutes to finish the Quantitative section and next 75 minutes to finish the verbal section.

## GMAT Scoring

The score of GMAT ranges from 200 to 800. Maximum candidates score between 400 and 600.

However, Quantitative and Verbal scores range between 0 and 60. The AWA score is basically an average of the scores given to each writing assignment comprised in the AWA section. Regarding this section, you will get the scores between 0 and 6.

## Testing Dates

• GMAT is administered year round. Also, there is one week per month when you can not take the exam.
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