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What are the specific skills required to crack GMAT?

A quick introduction video about GMAT from a GMAT expert from

Mahesh Ramani | 15 Feb 2014 | Updated on 17 Aug 2015 | 145 Views
In our continuing series of videos to help students aspiring to study abroad, we spoke to Kevin Rocci, a GMAT Expert from Magoosh on the GMAT. This series of videos covers topics related to the GMAT in detail. In the first video, Kevin offers a quick introduction on the GMAT.
The GMAT is a standardized entrance test taken by students aspiring to get into a graduate school.  GMAT stands for ‘Graduate Management Admission Test.’ The GMAT is designed specifically for students wanting to study an MBA or a masters in accounting and finance. 
The GMAT tests students' ability in writing, reading, reasoning and quantitative skills. It tests the students' ability to read a passage and answer questions, identify grammatical errors, check number skills and reasoning skills to solve numerical and word-based problems. In a new section of the test students will also have to solve problems interpreting data from graphs and charts.
In the next video, Kevin talks about the Computer Adaptive Test or CAT in co-relation with the GMAT.

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