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Are you a working professional, looking to build a career in management? Do you want to enroll in top B schools for your MBA ? Or, are you planning to start your own business and want to learn the intricate details of how to manage it? At The Preparation Review, we offer the best GMAT exam preparation classes.

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The GMAT, or Graduate Management Admission Test, is essential for students and professionals who want to start their own businesses, become future managers, or take on other leadership roles. It's an important step for getting into MBA programs at universities in the US, Europe, UAE, and beyond.

The GMAT has three main sections:

  • Verbal
  • Quantitative
  • Data Analysis

Working professionals, with qualified bachelor degree can attempt the GMAT Exam.

GMAT Eligibility Requirements

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), which administers the GMAT, has straightforward eligibility rules:

The only requirement is that test-takers must be at least 18 years old to take the GMAT. Those under 18 can still register but need to provide a signed GMAT Parental Consent/Authorization form.

Aside from the age criteria, the GMAT is open to:

  • College students at any level
  • Working professionals from all backgrounds
  • Career changers looking to transition fields

It doesn't matter what grades you got, what you studied, or what job you have currently. As long as you are 18 or older (or have parental consent if younger), you are eligible to register and take the GMAT exam.

Why Future Managers Need the GMAT

  • Measure Your Skills : The GMAT tests important skills like Quantitative, Verbal and Data Insights the skills needed for management positions.
  • Get Recognized Globally: Thousands of business schools worldwide accept the GMAT for MBA admissions.
  • Boost Your Career: A high GMAT score makes your résumé stand out to top employers in the business world.
  • Sharpen Your Mind: Preparing for the GMAT helps build problem-solving, critical thinking, and data analysis skills that managers need.

Taking the GMAT shows you're serious about growing professionally and personally. It'll make you a competitive candidate for business leadership roles worldwide. Let's start your GMAT Prep Classes in Abu Dhabi, Al Ain & Dubai

How many times can you take the GMAT?

You can take the test a maximum of 5 times in a year and 8 times in your lifetime.

How long is the validity of the GMAT?

It is valid for 5 years.

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GMAT Exam Preparation Course Features

  • Study resources/materials.
  • Simulated Mock Exams.
  • Assistance on Booking the Exams.
  • Trainer: Qualified and Experienced.
  • Online Preparation using through Microsoft Teams.
  • Recording of the classes to review again, until the exam date.

Why GMAT Preparation Classes with The Preparation Review?

  • Reputation and Track Record
  • Qualified Instructors
  • Customized Approach
  • Comprehensive Study Materials
  • Test-taking Strategies
  • Flexibility and Convenience
  • Cost and Value

Live GMAT Online Course

Comprehensive GMAT Prep Classes

  • Total duration: 35 hours
  • Verbal - 17.5 hrs
  • Quant - 17.5 hrs
  • Number of Classes: 14 Classes
  • Class Duration: 2.5 hours per class
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GMAT Crash Course / GMAT Private

  • Total duration: 24 hours
  • Verbal - 12 hrs
  • Quant - 12 hrs
  • Quant - 12 hrs
  • Number of Classes: 12 Classes
  • Class Duration: 2 hours per class
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    Structure of the New GMAT Exam

    A Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a computer adaptive test designed to assess the following areas for admission to graduate management programs, including MBA programs:

    • GMAT Quantitative section
    • GMAT Verbal section
    • GMAT Integrated Reasoning section (IR)
    • Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)

    GMAT Exam Structure: Test takers have

    • 30 minutes for the analytical writing assessment and another
    • 30 minutes to work through 12 questions on the integrated reasoning section
    • 65 minutes to work through 31 questions in the quantitative section and another
    • 65 minutes to get through 36 questions in the verbal section.

    Total testing time is 3 hours 10 minutes

    Starting from February 1, 2024, the GMAT exam will feature a new format with three main sections:

    • Data Insights Section
    • Quantitative section
    • Verbal section

    GMAT Exam Structure: Test takers have

    45 minutes to work on 20 questions in the Data Insights section

    45 minutes to work on 21 questions in the quantitative section

    45 minutes to work on 23 questions in the verbal section.

    Total testing time is 2 hours 15 minutes

    Quantitative Section

    The Quantitative section of the GMAT consists of two types of quantitative questions

    • Problem solving and
    • Algebra and Arithmetic

    Verbal Section

    The verbal section of the GMAT exam includes the following question types

    • Reading comprehension
    • Critical reasoning

    Data Insights Section

    Dedicated Data Analysis Skills in Data Insights Section:

    • Data Sufficiency : Assessing quantitative reasoning and the ability to determine data sufficiency.
    • Graphics Interpretation : Evaluating the skill to interpret and draw inferences from graphical data.
    • Table Analysis : Measuring the capacity to extract pertinent information from sortable tables.
    • Two-Part Analysis : Investigating problem-solving skills through interrelated questions.
    • Multi-Source Reasoning : Assessing the aptitude to integrate information from diverse sources.

    Each question type gives five answer options from which to select.

    To Register for the GMAT Exam visit:

    GMAC - Executive Assessment

    Are you looking to apply

    Executive MBA, Part-time MBA, Online + Hybrid MBA and Executive Masters?

    Then apply for the Executive Assessment by GMAC.

    It is accepted by leading schools around the world.

    Admission committee professionals use the E.A. to Evaluate the Readiness of the candidates in a shorter version.

    Sections of Executive Assessment

    Integrated Reasoning

    Includes 12 questions and measures the ability to evaluate information in multiple formats from multiple sources. These skills needed to succeed in our data-driven world.

    • Multi-Source Reasoning
    • Graphics Interpretation
    • Two-Part Analysis
    • Table Analysis
    • Score Range - 1 to 20

    Verbal Reasoning

    Includes 14 questions and measures the ability to evaluate arguments and to read, understand, and edit written material using standard English.

    • Reading Comprehension
    • Critical Reasoning
    • Sentence Correction
    • Score Range - 1 to 20

    Quantitative Reasoning

    Includes 14 questions and measures the ability to analyze data and draw conclusions using arithmetic and algebra reasoning skills. The math skills required for this section are a secondary school level and no calculator is used.

    • Data Sufficiency
    • Problem Solving
    • Score Range - 1 to 20
    • 40 questions
    • 90 minutes


    Score Range = 100–200

    90-minute exam includes 3 sections with 40 questions total

    Registration and fees

    To register a test date, create an online account with GMAC and pay the exam fee of $350 for the Executive Assessment.

    Course Features

    • Total duration: 24 hours
    • Verbal - 12 hrs
    • Quant - 12 hrs
    • Number of Classes: 12 Classes
    • Class Duration: 2 hours per class
    • Experienced and Qualified Trainer

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