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Post Graduate Management Studies in USA

Many Business Schools in Canada, UK, Australia, also need the GMAT

GMAT Post Graduate Management Studies in USA

The GMAT CAT includes Verbal, Quantitative, Integrated Reasoning and Analytical Writing questions. Data Sufficiency and Problem Solving questions are mingled throughout the quantitative section. The verbal section comprises of Sentence Correction, Reading Comprehension, and Critical Reasoning questions.

Timings for each Section of the Test:

Analytical Writing
Integrated Reasoning12 Questions30 minutes
1 Argument EssayN.A.30 minutes
 Optional Rest Break N.A. 5 minutes
 Quantitative Section 37 Questions 75 minutes
 Optional Rest Break N.A. 5 minutes
 Verbal Section 41 Questions 75 minutes

Only EEC students get 700+ on GMAT

Only EEC students get 700+ on GMAT

The GMAT at a Glance

The GMAT originally administered in 1954, is a standardised test, and so, while every test is not identical, each test covers the same content in roughly the same way. The best preparation you can have will focus on the sort of questions you are likely to see on test day. The main focus of our course material is on reviewing the math and verbal concepts to enable you to get a good score on the GMAT. Strategic reviews, exercises, and practice tests with explanations will help you brush up on any math and verbal skills you have forgotten since high school.


You will receive five scores for the GMAT: an overall scaled score, ranging from 200 to 800; a math subscore, ranging from 0 to 60; a verbal subscore, ranging from 0 to 60; a score for the Analytical Writing Assessment, ranging from 0 to 6, and a score for the IR section ranging from 1-8.

A student must undergo at least 20 tests on pen paper and 15 tests on the computer on the premises of EEC. Please try to read the various books in our library and solve at least 40 tests to achieve the desired result.


GMAT Course Content

Study material for all sections, test papers for different sections and 10 Simulated Tests.

Course Duration: 18 weeks.

The GMAT examination fee is $250 payable to Pearson VUE-GMAT® via a $ draft. The fee can also be paid via an International Credit Card either by calling at (0120) 4397830 or online at

Timing Facility

GMAT Timing

  • Regular : Monday to Friday
  • Morning Batches : 8-10 am
  • Afternoon Batches : 2-4 pm
  • Evening Batches : 7-9 pm


  • Saturday : 11 – 1 pm.
  • Sunday : 12 – 4 pm.

Optional Extra Classes

GMAT – Grammar

  • Monday to Friday : 09-10, 11-12, 02-03, 04-05, 08-09 pm.
  • Saturday : 12-02 pm.
  • Sunday : 01-02 pm.
Daily free extra classes