GMAT refers to the Graduate Management Admission Test, administered by the Graduate Management Admission Council or GMAC. It is a required exam for admission to the MBA programs at most European, US, and Canadian business schools. GMAT test results can also be used for admission to PhD programs at Harvard Business School. The test measures a student's language and writing skills, and quantitative abilities. It is offered throughout the year at test centers nationwide. The test is taken on a computer and scores are available immediately upon completion of the test.
There are a number of actions you should take to prepare for your GMAT.
The most important thing to remember is that practice makes perfect. The more GMAT questions you do before the day of the test, the better your score will be.
Here are some links to practice GMAT questions to help get you started: