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I want to GMAT in 2020,now I am studying in 3rd yr, so am I eligible for GMAT?
Academic Qualification: - A qualified bachelor degree from a recognized institute. The academic qualification criteria demanded varies for all the participating institutes.
Age Limit: - A candidates applying for GMAT Exam must be atleast 18 years old. In case, a candidates age varies between 13-17 years, then he/she must provide a written proof of guardians consent for taking GMAT Test.
So bachelor degree is necessary.
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What is application form date of GMAT
Hey Prahlad! GMAT is the Graduate Management Admission Test which is conducted by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC). The GMAT exam is a computer-adaptive test which assesses the candidates’ analytical writing, quantitative, verbal and reading skills in standard written English. The cost of giving GMAT Exam is US $250. This test is taken to get admission into a graduate management program, such as MBA and Masters in Finance related courses in top business schools across the world. There are no fixed official GMAT dates, you can choose any date according to your convenience and availability. In case you need to retake the GMAT exam you can do so after 16 days. You can take or retake the GMAT exam after every 16 days. Hope this may help you.
Do we have to give GMAT compulsory for IIFT entrance exam?
The candidate should have completed UG by the time of admission into IIFT.
Indians should clear IIFT entrance exam cut-off, it is GMAT for others (NRI, Foreigners).
It is WAT-GD-PI followed by entrance exam.
Based on the cumulative marks, merit list is prepared for admission.
Admission follows merit list. If someone turns down admission, then wait listed candidate is moved up to confirmed list.
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when does the application process Start for GMAT 2019?
The Graduate Management Aptitude Test (GMAT 2019) is a computer-based entrance test which is multiple times a year. The entrance test is conducted by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
The registration process for gmat application has not started yet.
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Along with GMAT exam, are there any exams to be attempted to go for mba abroad??
There are two kinds of entrance exams for overseas MBA programs. The first category is designed to test your aptitude for business management. The second category is meant to test your comfort level with the English language, as that’ll be the mode of communication in the business school as well as the international corporate & business world.
The two primary exams are GMAT and GRE. Traditionally GRE was more popular among MS applicants and GMAT was the de facto standard for MBA courses. However, things are changing and many MBA universities have also started accepting GRE scores.
There are two popular exams that are accepted by international business schools across the world – TOEFL and IELTS. Both of them are similar in the sense that they cover reading, writing, speaking and listening.Unlike the aptitude exams (GMAT, GRE) which are completely automated, for certain English proficiency sections (like speaking) you’d be interacting with a human being.
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