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Dear friend,
GMAT exam held for MBA course which is of 2 years duration through these exam you get admission to top B schools of india.
GATE exam held for Mtech course which is of 2 years duration through these exam you get admission to top iit's of india.
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GMAT is an exam which is basically held across India, to select candidates for the MBA (Master's in Business Administration ) course.

One has to be a minimum graduate for this course from a recognized university. But this is a managerial degree.

And

GATE is an exam which is basically held across India, to select candidates for M.Tech (Masters in Technology) course.

One has to be a minimum graduate for the same.

Thus the difference.

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15th November 2011, 11:12 PM
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GMAT is useful for doing your MBA IN abroad.
It comprises of english and aptitude skills. It is in to management side.

GATE is an exam to per sue your PG in technical side in INDIA. It is to the Technical side.

You should have minimum B.Tech degree to write GATE exam.
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15th November 2011, 11:17 PM
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GMAT is useful for doing your MBA IN abroad.
It comprises of english and aptitude skills. It is in to management side.

GATE is an exam to per sue your PG in technical side in INDIA. It is to the Technical side.

You should have minimum B.Tech degree to write GATE exam.
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14th January 2012, 06:53 PM
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what is d Difference between GATE and GMAT? What is the difference between them
hi,

difference between gate and gmat :



gate :

graduate aptitude test in engineering (gate) is an all India examination administered

and conducted jointly by the Indian institute of science and seven Indian institutes of

technology on behalf of the national coordination board gate, department of higher

education, ministry of human resource development (mhrd), government of India.


gmat:

gmat is an exam which is basically held across India, to select candidates for the mba(master's in business administration ) course.

one has to be a minimum graduate for this course from a recognized university. but this is a managerial degree.


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14th January 2012, 11:07 PM
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Both GMAT and GATE are different course.

GATE(Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) is a entrance exam for admission in M.Tech college.

GATE is best exam for admission in M.Tech college.

BY GATE exam you can get chance of M.Tech from IIT college.if you score good marks in GATE exam you can get chance of M.Tech from IIT college.

GMAT exam is conducted for admission in business colleges for MBA.GMAT exam is conducted by AIMA(All India Management Association) delhi every year.

By scoring good marks in GMAT exam you will get chance of MBA from good college.

So GATE exam is conducted for admission in M.Tech college and GMAT exam is conducted for admission in Business college for MBA.
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15th January 2012, 02:23 AM
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what is d Difference between GATE and GMAT? What is the difference between them
"basically,
GMAT-Graduate Management Admission Test which held in national level only to take admission in MBA.
While
Gate-Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering in for take admission for Both M.tech
and MBA from respected indian govt. college NITS and IITS "
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15th January 2012, 03:26 PM
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Both courses are really differentiable

GATE-Graduate aptitude test in engineering
concucted to get admission in IIT'S, NIT'S , IISC & other engineering colleges to get admission n M.,TECH

GMAT- Management exam

to get selection into various top ranked colleges of MBA
You canot get into IIM'S with this exam
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is it possibie to join mba in india by writing gmat?
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8th February 2013, 08:05 PM
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Hi,

GMAT Graduate Management Aptitude Test

GMAT is an online test conducted by Educational Testing Services through

Sylvan testing centres in all major Indian cities.

This test is for those candidates who want to enrol for Business Management course in American Universities.


GATE Graduate Aptitude test in Engineering



GATE is all India examination conducted by IITs amd IISC on behalf of Ministry of Human Resources Development, Government of India.

GATE identifious meritorious candidates for admission to Post graduate programsin Engineering at national level.

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8th February 2013, 08:07 PM
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Dear Friend

There is nothing to worry about the difference between both the examinations.I am providing you the exact differences .

GMAT stands for the Graduate Management Aptitude test.It is computer based assesment.It is the entrance examinations for the MBA programs in top business schools.

The examinations consists of four stages:

1.Verbal section

2.Quantitative section

3.Integrated Reasoning section

4.Analytical writing assessment


The total test time is 3 and half hours and the examination cost is US $250

Now coming to the GATE examinations.

GATE stands for the Graduate Aptitude test in Engineering.It is the entrance examinations for pursuing your master's degree from the different IITs.

The GATE score is valid for the two years.

Nowadays the different public sector units use the GATE score for the employment screening purposes.

GATE exam pattern:



Hope the difference provided by me helps you and removes your confusion.

All the best

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8th February 2013, 09:33 PM
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HELLO,
GMAT exam is held for the selection of candidate for 2 years MBA(master in buisness administration) course in top B schools after graduation while
GATE exam is held for selection of candidate for 2 years M.tech(master in technology) course in top iit's after graduation....
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8th February 2013, 09:54 PM
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Dear Aspirant,

These are the entrance exams for the professional courses.i.e MTech and MBA

But only difference is GATE is an indian oriented Entrance exam for the Graduate persons for MTech admissions and GMAT is the international exam for the MBA admissions.

So the GATE exam is for the BTECH/BE students who want to study further for their masters in their respective domain.

Gmat exam can get you into abroad university by which you can get your masters in the business administration.

Hope this info helps you.

All the best for your future endeavor's.


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9th February 2013, 08:10 AM
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Dear Friend,

Below I Have Mentioned The Difference Between GMAT and GATE :

About GMAT : -

* GMAT Stands for Graduate Management Aptitude Test.

* This Test is conducted online by the Educational Testing Services (ETS) through Sylvan testing Centers in all the major Indian Cities.

* Through This test you can pursue MBA Degree Course in American Universities.

* Fee For This Test : 250USD.

About GATE : -

* GATE Stands for Graduate Aptitude Test In engineering.

* This Test is conducted by the Indian Institute Of Science - Bangalore and the Indian Institute Of Technology (IIT).

* This Test is conducted for those who want to pursue M.Tech in IITs , BITS - Pilani , NITs , etc.

This is the information i have to the best of my knowledge regarding your query. Hope the information will help you to the extent you want.
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