The GMAT is a computer-adaptive test . The GMAT includes verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing sections. Georgia State University is not a current test site for the GMAT.
Analysis of an Issue, 1 topic, 30 minutes
Analysis of an Argument, 1 topic, 30 minutes
Problem solving and data sufficiency
37 questions, 75 minutes
Calculator use not permitted
Reading comprehension, critical reasoning, and sentence correction
41 questions, 75 minutes
An optional 5-minute rest break is offered between each of the three sections listed above.
An unofficial score report listing the quantitative and verbal score is provided at the end of the test. The official score report which will also include the essay score is mailed to the test taker and designated school(s) in approximately two weeks.
Georgia State University is not a current test site for the GMAT. The GMAT is available year-round at VUE test centers throughout the world. For more information on the GMAT and a list of test centers, consult the GMAT website. There are two VUE Test Centers offering the GMAT test in the metro-Atlanta area.