Edvento offers a truly adaptive GMAT practice program with enough practice questions for you to improve your score.The team behind Edvento has researched and crafted 1200+ high quality questions and detailed tutorials.This content is bifurcated across more than 100 concepts to help you narrow down your study areas and track your performance. You can also do a free trial of the course which includes a free diagnostic test, 6 free section drills and tutorials.
The entire course is divided across more than 100 concept areas to assess your performance. Broad offerings across categories include 37 tests and 76 Verbal tutorials.
- 5 Full Length Tests (Includes one free diagnostic test)
- 32 Subject Tests and topic drills
- More than 1200 questions
- Score Prediction on full length tests
- Fully Adaptive Environment
- Personal note making on your tutorials (Read it like a book)
- Advanced Analytics
You should take this self-paced course if:
- you are starting your GMAT preparation, or
- you are enrolled to a classroom program and want additional practice, or
- you are doing self-study but want a system to track your performance, or
- you are retaking the GMAT and want to really hit the nail this time.
Basically, Edvento's GMAT course acts as a standalone preparation guide or a supplement to your classroom.
Our students love us. Since this is a 100% adaptive system, students are able to utilize the time at hand effectively. See what students say about us:
"I have to say that after having tried all the websites and practice exams out there. I find Edvento the best because of the level of difficulty the question in your exam have. I am a squash player and like any practice for the main match, it is best to practice with the hardest opponent so on the final day you perform to your best. I feel the same about your exams."
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"I loved the experience with Edvento. The best part was the instant reply I got from the experts. And the experts are so polite, who will not command you to just accept their solutions, but debate with you on the problems. The tests cover such a broad base that I don't think anything was left to revise after giving all the tests. Edvento served a good platform to revise all the concepts and implement them on real GMAT like platform."
- Tavish S.
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is the most widely accepted graduate admissions test for B-schools worldwide. It is owned by GMAC and conducted by Pearson VUE. The test is highly analytical in nature and recent changes in the test, calling it the next generation GMAT, with the introduction of Integrated Reasoning section has made the test more analytically challenging and reflective of real world problem-solving.
Format of the Test
|Section||Number of Questions||Question Types||Timing|
|Analytical Writing Assessment||1 Topic||Analysis of an Argument||30 minutes|
|Integrated Reasoning||12 Questions||
|Total Exam Time||3 Hours, 30 Min|
You will find the following sections in the GMAT:
Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA)
This is the first section in the test. It measures critical thinking and analytical writing skills through one essay. This will present you an argument and you will be asked to present the reasoning or critique that argument in 30 minutes. The AWA scoring is on a scale of 0 to 6 in half-point intervals.
This is a recently introduced section in he GMAT and a major contributor to the next generation GMAT. Integrated Reasoning is aimed to test your data interpretation and reasoning skills that are better aligned to today's practical business scenario. You will get 30 minutes to answer 12 questions of the following types:
This section measures your ability to evaluate written material and comprehend useful information from it. It also tests your ability to reason and evaluate arguments and whether you can assess the written English for conformation to standards. The following are the different types of questions you can expect in this section.
Sentence Correction aims at testing your ability to identify correct use of English based on standard written English rules. It provides you with a sentence with an incorrect phrase underlined and you have to identify the best option that replaces the underlined to make the sentence clear, effective, concise and correct. The practice experience at Edvento sharpens your ability to home at probable answers even before visiting the choices and raise your accuracy.
Critical Reasoning section typically aims at testing your reasoning skills and ability to make logical deductions, contradictions and analysis of arguments. There will be passages or text from various sources and you may be asked to complete the passage, weaken the argument or evaluate a plan of action. With Edvento practice questions and explanations, you will develop techniques to attack all types of questions with a logical approach by sharpening your problem solving skills.
The reading comprehension passages will be a healthy mix of long and short passages, average length being 350 words. The passages may come from diverse topics such as life sciences, philosophy, business or social sciences. Thus, you should have the practice and comfort of comprehending passages from a variety of subjects. There is a good mix of these topics in our passages and the best way to improve is practice reading comprehension and get in the habit of reading.
This section measures problem solving ability through multiple choice questions, focusing on basic concepts of arithmetic, algebra and geometry. This is essentially through two major areas:
Problem Solving section consists of elementary questions from arithmetic, algebra and geometry and are designed to test basic mathematics skills and your understanding of basic mathematical concepts. Students tend to score high on this section. Edvento takes this challenge a notch higher and presents with challenging problems so that you can push yourself beyond limits and strengthen your foundation. Remember that you do not have a calculator, so get your math skills perfected.
Data Sufficiency is a section unique to GMAT. It challenges you to combine your math skills and reasoning skills to be able to assess information sufficient to solve a problem. There will be a problem statement with some information provided with 2 additional statements and you will be asked to assess whether each statement alone or together are required to answer the question.