The GMAT is a standardized test designed to test your ability to succeed in an MBA program. It is administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council. The GMAT is broken down into three sections:
1. An Analytical Writing section designed to test your ability
to discern data and information in the technical context of modern
2. A Quantitative section that tests your ability to handle complex mathematical and analytical operations key to today's fast-paced business environment.
3. A Verbal Section that tests your general ability to process written information.
The GMAT can be an intimidating test. Hopefully, this website can help you prepare for the exam.
In addition to this site, there are a lot of other useful online resources, some of which are:
The official organization that offers the GMAT, The Graduate Management Admission Council is a leading advocate and resource for quality graduate schools of business worldwide. They provide information that helps business schools and students succeed.
Wikipedia, as usual, is a great source of free information about the GMAT, and provides a great overview for the Graduate Management Admission Test.
FREE GMAT Practice Test Questions provided by TestPrepReview are useful to get a feel for the types of questions you'll face on the GMAT.