What is the Mini GMAT test format?

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Piyush Kohli
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Updated on Apr 11, 2020 18:22 IST

Even though on surface the Executive Assessment exam looks like a mini version of GMAT, it is quite different than the GMAT. All the sections and type of question you have on GMAT also feature on the Executive Assessment exam. The test isn’t simply a short-hand version of the GMAT and there are many evident differences between the two exams as is clear in the sample papers released by GMAC.

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The total duration of the exam is 90 minutes and it consists of three sections, each of 30 minutes. Following table includes the section-wise topics covered in the EA exam:

Section

Number of questions

Content

Score

Integrated Reasoning

12

  • Graphics Interpretation
  • Two-Part Analysis
  • Table Analysis
  • Multi-Source Reasoning

0 to 20

Verbal

14

  • Reading Comprehension
  • Critical Reasoning
  • Sentence Correction

0 to 20

Quant

14

  • Problem Solving
  • Data Sufficiency

0 to 20

Total

40

 

100 to 200

Since our knowledge currently depends only on the released sample question papers, it is hard to draw any certain conclusions, but certain things about the section syllabus. Quant section has no geometry questions, or functions, quadratic equations, combinatorics, overlapping sets, and probability questions either.

There is no guarantee that any of the missing questions will never appear on the exam. Most probably GMAC will be soon releasing additional guidelines related to the syllabus and content structure of Executive Assessment exam.

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Taniya Vohra

4 years ago

Hello, I have 4 years of working experience in IT field. I am interested in Mini GMAT. Will it be beneficial for me. And where can I get the sample paper for the preparation?

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