The gmat test Change in 2012 Quantitative Section



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  • The GMAT Test Change in 2012
  • Quantitative Section
  • Questions: 37 multiple choice questions
  • Time: 75 minutes
  • Question Types: Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency
  • Verbal Section
  • Questions: 41 multiple choice questions
  • Time: 75 minutes
  • Question Types: Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning
  • Coming in 2012: Integrated Reasoning
  • AWA
  • AWA
  • QUANT
  • VERBAL
  • Length: 4 hours
  • The GMAT Prior to June 2012
  • AWA
  • AWA
  • QUANT
  • VERBAL
  • Length: 4 hours
  • IR
  • 12 multi-part questions in 30 minutes
  • Separate score
  • Four question types:
  • All GMAT scores prior to June 2012 will still be valid for 5 years
  • June 2012: Integrated Reasoning
  • Current GMAT
  • New GMAT
  • Availability
  • Until June 4, 2012 (seats permitting)
  • Starting June 5, 2012
  • Length
  • 3 hours, 30 minutes + breaks
  • 3 hours, 30 minutes + breaks
  • Scored Sections
  • Total Score: 200-800
  • Analytical Writing: 0-6
  • Total Score: 200-800
  • Analytical Writing: 0-6
  • Integrated Reasoning: [scale TBD]
  • Added/Deleted
  • Sections
  • Includes Analysis of an Argument Essay (30 min) and Analysis of an Issue Essay (30 min)
  • Integrated Reasoning (30 min) replaces Analysis of an Issue Essay (30 min)
  • Question Types
  • 2 Quantitative types
  • 3 Verbal types
  • 4 Integrated Reasoning types
  • Score Reporting
  • Unofficial Total, Quant and Verbal Scores available the day you test
  • Complete, official scores available usually within 5-6 days
  • Unofficial Total, Quant and Verbal Scores available the day you test
  • Complete, official scores available in closer to 20 days
  • Score Validity
  • Scores are valid for 5 years after the test date
  • Average Preparation Time
  • An average of 100 hours for 600+ and 700+ scorers (GMAC, 2010)

The Four New Question Types

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Table Analysis

Graphics Interpretation

Multi-Source Reasoning

Two-Part Analysis

  • What do schools think?
  • Source: Business School Admissions Officers Survey, Kaplan Test Prep, 2011
  • GMAT or GRE? An Update
  • Source: Business School Admissions Officers Survey, Kaplan Test Prep, 2011
  • GMAT or GRE?
  • Those serious about business school should take the GMAT.
  • Undergrads weighing various grad school paths can take the GRE for added flexibility.

Score Averages for VA MBA Schools

  • School
  • Average Score
  • UVA
  • 700
  • VCU
  • 560
  • William and Mary
  • 630
  • Virginia Tech
  • 630
  • Richmond
  • 590
  • JMU
  • 570
  • Radford
  • 480

Scoring

  • Total Score: 200-800
  • Quant and Verbal Scale Scores: each 0-60
  • Integrated Reasoning score: 1-8
  • AWA Score: 0-6
  • Mean total score: 560
  • Mean AWA Score: 4.4

Information for business school advisors…

  • Information for business school advisors…
  • http://bit.ly/BusinessAdvisor
  • Information on the test change…
  • www.testchange.com
  • For Further Information

Questions?

  • Lizzie Hastings
  • Campus Manager – Southwestern VA
  • elizabeth.hastings@kaplan.com
  • 540.266.0626


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