GMAT Adaptive Test Mechanism

The GMAT computer adaptive test (CAT) is not just a computerized version of a paper-and-pencil test. On the GMAT, the test actually adapts to your performance as you are taking the test.

When you begin the GMAT Test, the computer assumes you that have an average score and gives you a question of medium difficulty. As you get answers correct, the computer serves up more difficult questions and estimates your ability. And vice versa, as you answer incorrectly, the computer serves up easier questions and decreases its estimate of your ability. Your score is determined by an algorithm that calculates your ability level based not just on what you got right or wrong; but also on the difficulty level of the questions you answered which is the best part about GMAT computer adaptive test.


5 Mistakes made by a GMAT Test Taker

The Graduate Management Admission Test GMAT is a computer adaptive test (CAT) intended to assess certain analytical, writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills in written English for use in admission to a graduate management program, such as an MBA.

Students, who are aspiring for GMAT exam, make a lot of mistakes while preparing for it and end up with low scores. Out of all of those mistakes we have listed down 5 most common mistakes done by GMAT test taker in their exams.


Tips to keep in mind for GMAT preparation (2016- 2017)


Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is a standardized exam designed to predict how the aspirants will perform academically in their MBA program. It is a 3.5 hours test whose score is used by the B-Schools to make the admission decisions of the candidate.

At times, this exam is referred to as GMAT CAT wherein CAT stands for – Computer Adaptive Test. It is developed by GMAC (Graduate Management Admission Council). As per the statistics,about two-thirds of nearly 2000 B-Schools around the world demand GMAT score.


Tones of Reading Comprehension – GRE,GMAT,CAT


Tones of Reading Comprehension

The tone that an author uses greatly influences what kind of story he or she tells and how the audience perceives it. To develop a better understanding of the text and to answer well in entrance exams like CAT,GRE,GMAT,etc.; it is important to understand the style and tone of the passage.