GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) is a globally accepted test for students applying to master's or MBA (Master of Business Administration) programs in business and management. The GMAT exam assesses math, grammar, analytical writing and critical thinking skills.

GMAT preparation courses help students understand the format, content and strategies of the test. These courses are usually taught by subject matter experts and focus on helping students develop skills such as problem solving, time management and strategic thinking. Courses often include practice tests to identify strengths and weaknesses in each section of the exam.

Exam Structure
GMAT consists of four main sections: Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Mathematical Section and Verbal Section.
Total duration is approximately 3 hours and 30 minutes.

Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
In this section, students are given the task of analyzing an argument.
Scoring in this section is done on a scale of 0-6.
Integrated Reasoning (IR)
This section assesses students' ability to organize complex information and make connections between various types of data.
Scoring is done on a scale of 1-8.

Mathematical Section (Quantitative Section)
It tests basic math and the ability to solve mathematical problems.
Scoring is done on a scale of 0-60.
Verbal Section
Evaluates grammar, reading comprehension and critical thinking skills.
Scoring is done on a scale of 0-60.

Total Score
Total score is the sum of the Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Mathematical Section and Verbal Section scores.
Total score is given on a scale of 200-800.
Exam Frequency and Booking
GMAT is offered on various dates throughout the year.
Exam bookings are made on the dates and locations preferred by the candidates.

Validity Period
GMAT results are usually valid for 5 years.
Preparation and Resources
There are many books, online resources and courses available to prepare for the GMAT.

GMAT is a benchmark used to assess the academic qualifications of applicants to business schools. It is important for candidates to know their target scores depending on the requirements of their chosen program.
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