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What is a good GMAT score?

The Article explains about the GMAT examination, it's modules, score pattern and it's importance to apply for business related courses abroad.

Priyanka Karunan | 09 Jul 2013 | Updated on 17 Aug 2015 | 238 Views
GMAT is typically an examination required for students looking forward to do an MBA programme abroad.
Today students dream big. They aspire to become business magnates and corporate executives. GMAT tests the students on two major factors and they are:
  • Quantitative 
  • Verbal
Top universities in the US and some universities in the UK require students to write the GMAT test to qualify for the programme. According to Gigeo of IMTP Consultants, the GMAT is tougher than GRE. A minimum of four to five months preparation is essential to obtain a good score.
The maximum score for the test is 800. A score of 550 and above is considered to be a decent score but to get into the top universities one needs to score above 650. This varies from university to university.
GMAT is not the single deciding factor. One needs to have a good academic score, work experience and an overall good profile to pursue an MBA abroad.

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