Here are certain eligibility criteria to be fulfilled to apply for GMAT. The same are stated below: Nationality- There is no restriction regarding the nationality of the applicant. Academic Qualification- A qualified bachelor degree from a recognized institute. The academic qualification criteria demanded varies for all the participating institutes. Age Limit: A candidates applying for GMAT Exam must be atleast 18 years old. In case, a candidate’s age varies between 13-17 years, then he/she must provide a written proof of guardian’s consent for taking GMAT Test. Number of Attempts: Candidates can appear for GMAT Exam a maximum of 5 times in a year. Retaking GMAT: Candidates have to wait for minimum 16 days before taking the test again. Candidates have to wait at least five years to take the GMAT Exam again if the previously obtained GMAT score is a perfect score of 800.

GMAT is a computer adaptive test. There are a total of 80 questions. There are 4 sections in GMAT such as Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative and Verbal Section. From Analytical Writing Assessment section, there will be only 1 question and candidates will have 30 minutes to solve it. This section is designed to judge test takers ability to analyze and predict reasons behind a given argument. In Integrated Reasoning, 12 questions will be asked and 30 minutes will be given to solve it. From Quantitative section, 31 questions will be asked and 62 minutes will be given to solve this section. Questions asked in this section belong to 12th class standard. The last section is of Verbal, consisting of 36 questions that are to be attempted in 65 minutes.