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

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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.