What are the different sections of the GMAT exam?

GMAT Tests candidates in the following areas:

Verbal Ability, which has 3 question types: Sentence Correction (approx. 13 questions), Critical Reasoning (approx. 10 questions) and Reading Comprehension (approx. 13 questions)

Quantitative Ability, which has 2 question types: Word problems(approx. 17 questions) and Data Sufficiency questions (approx. 14 questions)

Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) section, which has an essay question on Analysis of an Argument, and the Integrated Reasoning (IR) Section which has multiple choice questions that expect candisates to analyse information that is presented in either Graphic, Tabular or Textual format

Within each section on GMAT, the questions are assorted i.e. On the Verbal Ability (VA) section, your 1st question could be a Critical Reasoning question, next could be a Sentence Correction question and so on. Similarly, in the Quantitative Ability (QA) section, the Word problems and Data Sufficiency questions appear in random order

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