CAT BASIC PATTERN a.Verbal Ability b.Reading Comprehension c.Problem Solving d.Data Interpretation e.Logical Reasoning f.

Data Sufficiency g.Maths Problems Any of the above sections can be clubbed with any of the other. 3. The Structure of the GMAT Test Here is what you can expect to see when you take the test. a. The Introductory Computer Tutorial (untimed you go through it at your own pac e) b. Analytical Writing Assessment (60 minutes) (i) Analysis of an Argument (30 minutes) (ii). Analysis of an Issue (30 minutes) c. Optional 5 Minute Break d. Quantitative Section (75 minutes) (i). Problem Solving (23 to 24 questions) (ii). Data Sufficiency (13 to 14 questions) e. Optional 5 Minute Break f. Verbal Section (75 minutes) (i). Critical Reasoning (14 to 15 questions) (ii). Reading Comprehension (4 passages with 12 to 14 questions) (iii). Sentence Correction (14 to 15 questions) The total maximum testing time allowed for the GMAT is 3 hours and 40 minutes.

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