GMAT Syllabus 2021 | Section wise Detailed GMAT Syllabus, Exam pattern

GMAT Syllabus 2021

GMAT syllabus 2021
Check out the complete syllabus section-​wise GMAT syllabus

GMAT syllabus includes topics from Quant, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Assessment.

Here is a brief overview of the GMAT syllabus

GMAT Exam Section Types of Questions
Quantitative Reasoning Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency
Verbal Reasoning Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction
Integrated Reasoning Multi-source Reasoning, Graphics Interpretation, Two-part Analysis, Table Analysis
Analytical Writing Assessment Analysis of an Argument
GMAT Section Number of questions Time to complete
Quantitative 31 62 minutes
Verbal 36 65 minutes
Analytical Writing Assessment One essay question 30 minutes
Integrated Reasoning 12 multiple-choice questions 30 minutes

GMAT Exam Pattern

The GMAT Exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes long online test. It consists of mainly 4 sections as follows:

Sections Number of Questions Time Limit (mins.)
Analytical Writing 1 question (01 essays) 30
Integrated Reasoning 12 questions 30
Quantitative 31 questions 62
Verbal 36 questions 65
Total 80 questions 187

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GMAT Exam pattern 2021-22

GMAT Quant syllabus:

Arithmetic Algebra Modern Math Geometry
Number systems and number theory Monomials, polynomials Mixtures and alligations Lines and angles
Multiples and factors Algebraic expressions and equations Permutations and combinations Triangles
Fractions Functions Descriptive statistics Quadrilaterals
Decimals Exponents Sets Circles
Percentages Arithmetic and geometric progressions Probability Rectangular solids and cylinders
Averages Quadratic equations Sequences and series Coordinate geometry
Powers and roots Inequalities and basic statistics
Profit and loss
Simple and compound interest
Speed, time, and distance
Pipes, cisterns, and work time
Ratio and proportion

GMAT Verbal Reasoning section syllabus Topic

Critical Reasoning The rhetorical construction of the sentences Sentence correction including finding error or omission Reading unseen passages
Subject-verb agreement Misplace modifiers Countable Vs Uncountable Parallelism
Reading Comprehension Critical Reasoning Sentence Correction
Passage analysis Assumptions Pronoun
Evaluate Subject-Verb Agreement
Inference Modifiers
Bold Face Idioms
Paradox Parallelism
Strengthen and Weaken Comparison
Verb Tenses

Analytical Writing Assessment section of GMAT:

  • Brainstorming
  • Writing an introduction
  • Writing body paragraphs
  • Concluding your essay
  • Multi-source reasoning
  • Graphics interpretation
  • Table analysis
  • Two-part analysis

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GMAT Exam pattern 2021-22

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