GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a test that evaluates analytical writing, quantitative, verbal, and reading skills for those seeking access to business schools, MBA programs to improve business and management.
GMAT consists of three main sections:
Reading (verbal) knowledge
Mathematical (quantitative) knowledge
Analytical writing skills
The GMAT exam is also a computerized TOEFL exam. However, there are some countries in the world where it is possible to pass a GMAT exam in writing if it is impossible to pass a computer test.
The GMAT exams are now well-known for the MBA program and require not only the American but also the world's top rated universities to qualify for the MBA exams.