In the current format of the GMAT, students receive four scores in their report:
- Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
An official GMAT score report is given to every student and their respective graduate management programs. These scores are stated on a fixed scale and comprise of the result of all GMAT exams that a student has attempted in the past 5 years. Also, every student’s registration details are included on their respective GMAT score report.
At True North Learning Systems we offer GMAT prep courses designed by experts in the field. Mindful of the changing GMAT format, our courses are restructured and modified as per our students' needs. Those who wish to prepare for the GMAT well in advance can opt for our GMAT - Thoroughbred program. Alternatively, students who wish to enroll in a short duration intensive program can opt for the GMAT - Gallop.
GMAT Exam Score - 2012
In the New GMAT format, effective from June 2012, the Total, Verbal and Quantitative Scores will remain unchanged. Students will receive their Essay score in the same way as they do now. In addition, they will receive a separate score for the new section on the GMAT exam, which is Integrated Reasoning. Once this new section is added, the AWA section will be restructured. Students will then have to attempt only a single Essay prompt (30 minutes). The length of the GMAT Exam will remain unaltered at 3 hours 30 minutes.