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PASCAL's Jakarta office is located in the heart of the capital's business district:

Patra Office Tower - 9th floor - suite 920
Jl. Jend. Gatot Subroto kav 32 - 34
Jakarta 12950

To make an appointment for program information or personal consultation
contact us at :

Phone : +62 21 529 00 898
Fax : +62 21 529 00 899
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Test Information

The Graduate Management Admission Test or GMAT is a skill based reasoning test that measures test takers’ critical, logical and analytical reasoning skills as well as such elements as time management and efficiency in problem solving. The GMAT is a standardized intelligence test that will allow admission officers to objectively compare applicants from different parts of the world.

From June 2012 onwards, the Next Generation GMAT has come into effect. The Next Generation GMAT consists of 4 sections, of which 2 contribute to the GMAT score and two are scored separately:

  • The 30-minute Analytical Writing Section consists of 1 essay. Test takers have to make an written Analysis of and Argument. This section does not count towards the total GMAT score and is scored separately between 0 and 6.
  • The  75-minute Quantitative Section consists of 37 multiple choice questions of the Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency types.
  • The 75-minute Verbal Section contains 41 multiple choice questions pertaining to Sentence Corrections, Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension.
  • The new 30-minute Integrated Reasoning Section consists of 12 questions that measure data handling skills.  This new section will be scored separately and will not impact the traditional GMAT score, which remains determined by the Quantitative and Verbal Sections only.

The GMAT is computer adaptive; this format implies that the software adapts itself to the individual performance of the test taker. Better performance will provoke an increase in the difficulty level of the questions presented.

The GMAT is scored between 200 and 800 and the scoring is percentile based, comparing test takers’ performance to that of the entire population of GMAT test takers. The GMAT score is only based on the Quantitative and Verbal multiple choice sections. The Analytical Writing Section and Integrated Reasoning Section are scored separately.