The Graduate and Managerial Assessment (GMA) from 2006 was designed to assess those with higher ability and senior manager potential, aimed at the top 12.5 percent of the population. The GMA consists of three sections—verbal, numerical, and abstract. It measures crystallized intelligence (the ability to acquire, retain, organize, and conceptualize information) and, unlike the Watson-Glaser appraisal, also measures fluid intelligence (information processing and reasoning ability). It requires a qualified test administrator to conduct the analysis.
The Graduate and Managerial Assessment