Jumpstart your GMAT™ Exam Prep with our Free Tutorial and Practice Tests

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Think of the GMAT exam as a ticket to your career goal.

Consisting of four major sections—Analytical Writing Assessment, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, and Verbal Reasoning—the GMAT exam helps you stand out as a qualified candidate for competitive MBA and business master’s programs.

As such, you may ask yourself, “How do I adequately prepare for this type of exam?” The best methods include familiarizing yourself with the testing platform and taking practice tests. Fortunately, we offer a wealth of free, online resources to help you jumpstart your studying.

Interactive GMAT Exam Tutorial: No matter how prepared you might feel, there is no harm in taking advantage of the many free resources available to you as a GMAT test taker, including the online exam tutorial that walks you through the test’s set up. Getting comfortable with the GMAT platform can help you gain confidence leading up to exam day. Our online exam tutorial allows you to interact with the general layout of the GMAT screens, navigation, section order, and question templates.

The tutorial also describes the structure of the exam, noting break times, section instructions, test center rules, and how to track your time and progress throughout the test. End-of-test logistics are also reviewed, including how to select schools to send your initial score report to and how to accept or cancel your GMAT score.

You can access this free resource anytime, but we suggest reviewing it at least three days prior to the exam.

GMAT Official Prep Starter Kit: There’s no better way to test your knowledge and critical thinking skills than to take a practice GMAT exam. Simulating the testing environment and content is now made easy with our free GMAT Official Prep Starter Kit + Practice Exams 1 & 2.

What’s Included:

  • Two, full-length GMAT exams with answers
  • 90 free questions: 30 Quantitative, 45 Verbal, and 15 Integrated Reasoning (with full answers and explanations)
  • Tools to create your own practice questions

Each practice test includes actual questions that were used on past GMAT exams and utilize the same algorithm for test scoring. With timed testing and the ability to select the section order, you can gain confidence in the sections you excel at and identify those requiring extra prep time. 

There’s no limit on the number of times you utilize these resources and there’s no way for you to practice too much! Be sure to create a study plan and view our other free and for-purchase tools at mba.com. 

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