The GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test. This is a standard test in English and mathematics, usually used for graduate admission programs. This type of test exists in various forms as a part of the familiar basic aptitude test, usually a set of questions with time limits conducted in a computerized in house environment. The GMAT test is an upgraded test, available at selected centers as either a computer based or paper test around the world for a set fee. Tests must be done in person without electronic assistance. Business schools set their own required scores for GMAT, usually 600-700.
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