The GMAT is a standardized test required by business schools in order to “measure aptitude” for business school. Being a standardized test, it has problems similar to the SAT, though the format is different. Additionally, the GMAT includes two sections that are different from the SAT and cover material that you probably didn’t learn in school. But before you freak out, let Nova Press help. Our GMAT Prep Course can help you prepare for this test so that you feel confident on test day.
GMAT scoring is handled separately for each section of the test. You receive a score between 0 and 60 for the verbal section, and a separate score between 0 and 60 for the math section. You will also receive a total score (200-800) and a writing score (0-6). The average Verbal scores is about 27, the average Math score is about 36, and the average total score is about 545. In addition to these scores, you will also receive a percentile ranking. This reflects the number of students whose scores are below yours.
Working with Nova’s GMAT Prep Course can help you develop strategies for improving your scores in all areas of the test. Whether it be figuring out how to determine which answers are most improbable, to understanding how the test is laid out, to helping you develop a study plan, Nova Press makes sure you are ready. GMAT scoring won’t be as much of a concern if you spend the time to really learn the material and the layout. Nova Press is here to help.
Originally posted 2012-04-24 00:39:57.