Warning: If You Are Looking for "Real" GMAT® Exam Questions, Think Again

GMAC® takes cheating very seriously, especially attempts to obtain access to live test questions in advance of an exam.

A message from the Graduate Management Admission Council® (GMAC®), Owner of the GMAT® Exam

GMAC® takes cheating very seriously, especially attempts to obtain access to live test questions in advance of an exam.

We also take very seriously any unauthorized distribution of our copyrighted GMAT® preparation materials. GMAC® constantly patrols the Internet for:

  • Sites that claim to sell or distribute purportedly “real” GMAT® questions.
  • Unauthorized copies of our official study guides and supplements, GMATPrep® software, and other GMAC® products.

If you are caught disclosing, accessing, or using "real" GMAT® questions:

  • Your GMAT® scores will be cancelled.
  • You will not be allowed to take the GMAT® exam again.
  • Business schools will be notified.
  • You may be subject to a civil lawsuit or criminal prosecution.

You are responsible for making sure your preparation materials don’t violate our intellectual property rights. In other words:

  • Do not purchase, request, or share materials that claim to be “real” GMAT® questions in any form.
  • Do not download GMATPrep® software from anywhere but www.mba.com, where authorized GMATPrep® software is available for free.
  • Do not request or distribute pirated software or books

To learn more about what’s acceptable and unacceptable as you prepare for the GMAT® exam—or to report possible illegal activity—send an email to pvtestsecurity@pearson.com.

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