Private Classes for the GMAT

GMAT Private Lessons | GMAT Preparation | Online classes. Each session lasts one hour, and each day of class we deal with a subject, according to the evolution of the course and the specific need of the student.

The GMAT Test (General Management Admission Test) is required for all those who want to study the Master in Business Administration (MBA) abroad. The exam consists of 4 sections: Quantitative, Verbal, Integrated Reasoning, and Analytical Writing Essay (AWA).


All questions are multiple choice, allowing the student to already know the final score (except the essay result) at the end of the exam, which is valid for 5 years. It is worth mentioning that the essay grade is not considered in the final score.

The maximum exam score is 800 points, divided between the “Quantitative” and “Verbal” sections. The maximum total time allowed for the exam is 3.5 hours. (Including breaks and tutorial).

Below is a brief explanation of the sections:

  • The “Quantitative Section” assesses the student’s ability to analyze data and reach conclusions using their reasoning ability on math items at all levels.
  • The “Verbal Section” assesses the student’s ability to read and understand written materials, evaluate arguments, and analyze and correct sentences in English, divided into 3 subsections, namely Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning and Sentence Correction.
  • “Integrated Reasoning” is comprised of four questions, namely: evaluation of different sources, analysis of tables, interpretation of graphs, and analysis in two parts. The grade for this section is not considered for the final grade.
  • The “AWA Section” is the written production of the exam, being the only moment when the test taker demonstrates his ability to think critically and communicate his ideas through his analytical writing on the proposed topic.

The test taker can choose the sequence of sections, depending on the preference and evaluation of the degree of difficulty for each person. However, the AWA and Integrated Reasoning sections will always be together. See the 3 options below:

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