Free GMAT Practice Exam
Practice Questions for
the Graduate Management Admission Test
Welcome to the free practice exam for GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test). Our practice exams consist of 15 random questions taken from the GMAT exam pool of over 50 questions. Our test contains questions from every angle of the GMAT exam including; Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency and many others.
The composition of questions were directly shaped by the best GMAT books and training materials on the market. Our team of GMAT professionals have worked tirelessly to craft practice exams that help you get the right result, so please do share our page and visit us on a regular basis to guarantee you are well prepared for the actual GMAT exam. Good luck!
The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) which is actually pronounced as G-mat, is a computer adaptive standardized test in both mathematics and the English language. It is used for assessing propensity to succeed academically in graduate business studies. The exam is commonly used by business schools as part of their selection criteria for admission into an MBA or similar programs. Various testing centres are available worldwide including North America and in many international locations.
The GMAT exam is assessed via computer simulator and costs in the region of $250 depending on the country in which you take the exam.
The following areas are assessed by GMAT:
Problem Solving, multiple choice arithmetic, algebra and elementary geometry
Two essays, one analyzing an argument and the second analyzing an issue
You’ll be pleased to know that our free practice test for GMAT covers the full requirements of the exam and is the ideal GMAT training simulator. All candidates hoping to take this exam should be able to demonstrate competence in all aspects of GMAT. Each GMAT section should be practiced and understood to ensure full preparedness.
So how does the exam work? Well, all our free questions are presented in our unique multiple choice simulator which is very similar to the actual simulator. Questions are pulled randomly from a pool of hundreds! Simply read the GMAT question to understand the topic or area being tested, then select the appropriate choice from the radio buttons underneath. The exam simulator informs you of right or wrong answers as you progress. There are 15 random questions per practice exam, and you are free to take the GMAT exam as many times as you wish. Please bookmark this page, as we revise new questions on a regular basis. Always stay ahead of the curve, use Accelerated Ideas as you number one training provider.
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This practice exam is due for release Nov 2016
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