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    Verbal Reasoning

    • Reading Comprehension
    • Critical Reasoning
    • Sentence Correction


    • AWA checks the ability of student to organize the thoughts and use of given evidence to support the viewpoint.
    • This section of the exam requires to analyse
    • - a given argument
      - Write a Critique on

    • The argument topics are from general interest, may be related to business

    GMAT Quantitative Reasoning

    • Arithmetic
    • Algebra
    • Geometry
    • Word Problems

    GMAT QUANT- Question

    • Problem Solving
    • Data Sufficiency

    GMAT Integrated Reasoning

    • Multi Source Reasoning
    • Table Analysis
    • Graphical Interpretation
    • Two Part Analysis

    GMAT Test Section

    # of Questions

    Question Types


    Score Range

    Analytical Writing Assessment

    1 Topic

    Analysis of Argument

    30 Minutes


    Integrated Reasoning

    12 Questions

    Multi-Source Reasoning Graphics Interpretation
    Two-Part Analysis
    Table Analysis

    30 Minutes


    Quantitative Reasoning

    31 Questions

    Data Sufficiency Problem Solving

    62 Minutes


    Verbal Reasoning

    36 Questions

    Reading Comprehension Critical Reasoning Sentence Correction

    65 Minutes


    Total Exam Time

    90 Questions
    + 1 Essay


    3 hrs., 11 Min.


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    Module I

    Quantitative Ability: Introduction -Quant section of GMAT, Number System- Number Tree, Types of Integers and Their Properties, Factors and Multiples, Remainders and Divisibility, Round-off Rules, Decimal Conversions, Digits; Ratios and Proportions-Substitution, Simplification, Common Ratio, Unitary Method; Percentages-Percentage Change; Successive Percentage Change, Profit and Loss, Simple and Compound Interest.

    Verbal Ability: Critical Reasoning: Introduction; Essentials of Reasoning; Assumption, Inference, Strengthening of Argument, Weakening of Argument, Flaw, Application; English Grammar and Uses– Basic Sentence Structures and Types of Sentences; Subject-Verb Agreement – Identifying the Subject Word, Phrase and Clause, and Singular Verb and Plural Verb forms and their usages; Tense – Present and Past forms of the Verb and their Usages and Topic-wise Sentence Correction Practice.

    Module II

    Quantitative Ability: Word Problems: Work, Rate, Time and Distance Problems; Exponents and Algebra-Properties of Exponents; Expressions, Linear equations, Quadratic Equations and Simultaneous Equations, Introduction to functions; Inequalities and Modulus-Properties of Inequalities, Wavy Rule, Modulus Function and its Properties.

    Verbal Ability: Reading Comprehension: Reading Skills – Mechanical and Critical Reading, Intensive and Extensive Reading, Types of Passages and Questions and Strategies involved in Solving Questions; English Grammar and Uses: Verb – Participle – Present and Past and their uses in Combining Sentences; Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers, Adjective v/s Adverbs and Topic-wise Sentence Correction Practice.

    Module III

    Quantitative Ability: Averages and Statistics-Mean, Mode Median, Range, Standard Deviation and Normal Distribution; Data Interpretation-Bar Chart, Pie Chart, Line Graph and Tables based problems ; Overlapping Sets-Properties of Sets- Complement, Union and Intersection of a Set, Two Overlapping Sets, Three Overlapping Sets.

    Verbal Ability: English Grammar and Uses – Run-ons and Redundancy; Phrasal Verbs; Idioms and Idiomatic Expressions and Topic-wise Sentence Correction Practice; Analytical Writing– Argument -1: Essentials of Essay Writing - Organization and Language, Analyzing the Argument-Premise, Conclusion and Assumption.

    Module IV

    Quantitative Ability: Counting and Probability-Fundamental Principle of Counting, Permutations, Combinations, Probability in context, AND and OR rule, Geometric Probability, Mutually Exclusive Cases; Sequences and Series and Functions-Arithmetic progression, Geometric Progression, Harmonic Progression and Miscellaneous Series; Coordinate Geometry and Graphs- Distance Formula, Section Formula, Equation of line, Slope and intercepts, Graph of linear inequalities, Quadratic Function & Modulus function, Equation of Circle and its graph, Integrated Reasoning and Data Sufficiency.

    Verbal Ability: Reading Comprehension: Miscellaneous Passages and Questions to be Discussed in the Class, Higher Order of Critical Reasoning Practice, Miscellaneous Sentence Correction Practice; Analytical Writing – Argument-2: Analyzing the Argument- Premise, Conclusion and Assumption and Writing Practice.


    Student Name

    Score (out of 800)

    Parth Gupta


    Shivam Rana


    Anuj Gupta


    Rohan Khandelwal


    Adarsh Singh


    Shruti Vashishth


    Abha Arora


    Nabhiya Sazad


    Aprant Agarwal


    Shaurya Awasthi