If you’re interested in taking the GMAT or simply acquiring more information about Business School applications, Prep Zone offers several free services to help you on your way.

FREE GMAT Introduction Sessions

Prep Zone Dubai hosts free weekly introduction sessions to help demonstrate the unique characteristics of the GMAT. Attending the introduction session will allow you to understand basic GMAT strategies and questions, and will also give you an overview of the services we provide to assist your business school applications. Give us a call to make sure we can reserve a seat for you in an upcoming introduction session.

FREE GMAT Diagnostic Test

Knowing about the GMAT and doing well on the GMAT are two completely different things. Until you take the GMAT, you won’t understand the stress of difficulties associated with the test itself. After you’ve completed the diagnostic test, a Prep Zone consultant will assist you and help you create a study plan to see which one of our services would fit your profile the best.

FREE 15 minute GMAT/Business School Admissions Session

Sometimes it’s good to have someone to talk to. If you’re lost on your Business School application process, or have a specific question to ask, we can meet with you to point you in the right direction. By discussing your plans with one of our top MBA Graduate Admissions Consultants, you can get a better idea of the work you still need to accomplish.

GMAT Test in Dubai :

The GMAT is a computer based test designed to test potential MBA students in a variety of different dimensions. It covers several topics, the most famous of which being the math-based Quantitative section and the English-based Verbal section. These two scores are combined to provide a final score of between 200 and 800.

A major difference between the GMAT and a traditional test is the computer-adaptive nature of the GMAT. As students progress through the test, the GMAT adjusts itself to become harder or easier depending on whether or not a student is doing well or badly.

Test Structure

Section Name

Number of Questions

Type of Questions

Time

Analytical Writing Assessment

1 Essay

Analysis of an Argument

30 Minutes

Integrated Reasoning

12

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

30 Minutes

Quantitative

37

Data Sufficiency,
Problem Solving

75 Minutes

Verbal

41

Reading Comprehension,
Critical Reasoning,
Sentence Correction

75 Minutes

Total Exam Time

 

 

3 Hours
30 min

Source: GMAC

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam.

GMAT Test Centers in Dubai, United Arab Emirates:  

  1. New Horizons CLC  : Unit 201, The Business Center Near Burjuman Metro Station, Opposite Burjuman, Bank Street, Bur Dubai, UAE .
  2. Society of Engineers:   Al Mamzar, Near to Century Mall, Dubai, UAE .
Your score is calculated based on:
  • The number of questions answered correctly
  • The difficulty of the questions answered correctly
  • The number of questions completed (not just correct ones)
For this reason, we advise our GMAT students to attempt all questions on the GMAT.

GMAT test takers receive four scores. An Official GMAT Score Report shows each of these scores; in cases of repeat testing, the score report will show all of the test taker's GMAT scores for the past five years.
  • Verbal (0 to 60) - 42 and above for 95th percentile
  • Quantitative (0 to 60) - 50 and above for 95th percentile
  • Analytical Writing Assessment (0-6) - Scored separately from overall GMAT score*
  • Integrated Reasoning (0-8) - Scored separately from overall GMAT score
  • Total Score (200 to 800) - 720 and above for 95th percentile
*different schools value the AWA differently

The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) is the owner and administrator of the GMAT exam.