GMAT Exam Date 2023: Registration begins tomorrow at gmac.com; syllabus

    GMAT 2023 Focus Edition: The exam will have a total of 64 questions with a total time duration of 2 hours and 15 minutes.

    The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) will begin the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) Focus Edition registrations from tomorrow, August 29. Interested candidates can apply for GMAT 2023 at – gmac.com.

    The council states that students will benefit from an improved official score report with detailed performance insights that will be included free with the GMAT 2023 registration.

    As per the eligibility criteria set by the council the candidates must hold a valid passport at the time of the GMAT exam. A candidate must hold a bachelor’s degree from a recognized institute. Students in the final year of under graduation or working professionals can also give the GMAT exam 2023.

    As per the GMAT 2023 syllabus, the questions will be asked from quantitative reasoning, verbal reasoning and data insights.

    GMAT 2023 Syllabus

    The GMAT Focus Edition will be of two hours and 15 minutes with one optional 10 minute break with a total of 64 questions.


    Number of Questions

    Total Time

    Quantitative Reasoning


    45 minutes

    Verbal Reasoning


    45 minutes

    Data Insights


    45 minutes

    GMAT Exam 2023: Steps to register

    Candidates who wish to pursue MBA or PGDM abroad can register themselves for the GMAT exam 2023 by following the steps below.

    • Visit the official website of GMAT, gmac.com.

    • Create a GMAT Profile and enter your personal details.

    • Now verify your profile.

    • Select the test date and centre of the GMAT exam.

    • Now confirm the GMAT 2023 details and pay the GMAT exam fees.

    • Download the GMAT application form and save it for future reference.

    A candidate can give a maximum of five attempts in a year in GMAT with a gap of 16 days between each attempt. In a lifetime, one can not take more than 8 attempts as per the authority.

    The GMAT Focus Edition this year will allow candidates to take the exam in their preferred order to ensure best score according to GMAC. Candidates appearing for GMAT 2023 Focus Edition will be able to bookmark questions for review and will be able to change up to three answers per section as per the latest update.

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