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  1. The GMAT Test Change in 2012

  2. The GMAT Prior to June 2012 Analytical Writing Assessment Questions: Two essays Time: 30 minutes each Question Types: Analysis of an Argument, Analysis of an Issue AWA Verbal Section Questions: 41 multiple choice questions Time: 75 minutes Question Types: Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning QUANT Length: 4 hours AWA VERBAL Quantitative Section Questions: 37 multiple choice questions Time: 75 minutes Question Types: Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency Coming in 2012: Integrated Reasoning

  3. June 2012: Integrated Reasoning • 12 multi-part questions in 30 minutes • Separate score • Four question types: • Table analysis • Graphics interpretation • Two-part analysis • Multi-source reasoning • All GMAT scores prior to June 2012 will still be valid for 5 years IR AWA QUANT Length: 4 hours AWA VERBAL

  4. The Four New Question Types • Graphics Interpretation • Table Analysis • Multi-Source Reasoning • Two-Part Analysis p. 3

  5. Table Analysis

  6. Graphics Interpretation

  7. Multi-Source Reasoning

  8. Two-Part Analysis

  9. What do schools think? Source: Business School Admissions Officers Survey, Kaplan Test Prep, 2011

  10. GMAT or GRE? An Update Source: Business School Admissions Officers Survey, Kaplan Test Prep, 2011

  11. GMAT or GRE? Those serious about business school should take the GMAT. Undergrads weighing various grad school paths can take the GRE for added flexibility. Source: Business School Admissions Officers Survey, Kaplan Test Prep, 2011

  12. Score Averages for VA MBA Schools

  13. Scoring • Total Score: 200-800 • Quant and Verbal Scale Scores: each 0-60 • Integrated Reasoning score: 1-8 • AWA Score: 0-6 • Mean total score: 560 • Mean AWA Score: 4.4

  14. Information for business school advisors… http://bit.ly/BusinessAdvisor For Further Information • Information on the test change… • www.testchange.com

  15. Questions? • Lizzie Hastings • Campus Manager – Southwestern VA • elizabeth.hastings@kaplan.com • 540.266.0626