GMAT Syllabus 2017 with Exam Pattern: If you are preparing for Graduate Management Aptitude Test GMAT 2017 which is now a computeradaptive test, then first you need to have the GMAT Syllabus 2017 in detail. You also need to know the Exam Pattern of GMAT. So here is the GMAT Syllabus with Exam Pattern.
The GMAT tests your ultimate skills and does not need any subjective study. GMAT paper test comprises of 4 segments. The GMAT exam consists of 3 main parts which are, Analytical Writing Assessment, Quantitative segment and Verbal segment.GMAT Syllabus 2017 and Exam Pattern
The GMAT test consists of four separately timed sections.
Section

Number of Questions

Duration

Analytical Writing Assessment

Argument Analysis

30 minutes

Optional Break

10 minutes
 
Quantitative Segment

Total 37 Multiple Choice

75 minutes

15 Data Sufficiency
 
22 Problem Solving
 
Optional Break

10 minutes
 
Verbal Skills Section

Total 41 Multiple Choice

75 minutes

12 Critical Reasoning
 
14 Reading Comprehension
 
15 Sentence Correction
 
Integrated Reasoning Section

12 Questions

30 minutes

1. The Analytical writing segment comprises of two short essays to be written in 30 minutes each one. The first essay is Analysis of an Issue on which you have to explain your views. The second essay is Analysis of a Dispute, in which a given argument has to be critically analyzed.
2. Quantitative Section
Quantitative segment has questions based on Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency, total 37 questions with a time limit of 75 minutes.
Problem solving and data sufficiency questions require basic knowledge of:
Arithmetic, Elementary algebra, Commonly known concepts of geometry, Permutations and combinations, Linear equations, Ratio and proportions, integers, exponents and roots etc.
3. GMAT Syllabus for Verbal skills
The Verbal Segment has questions based on Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction and Reading Comprehension, total 41 questions with a time limit of 75 minutes.
Sentence correction, comprehensions and passages, critical reasoning, parallelism, rhetorical construction of sentences, misplace modifiers, countable vs uncountable etc.
4. GMAT syllabus of Integrated Reasoning
Graphic interpretation, multisource reasoning, table analysis, two part analysis questions