GMAT Practice Test: An Overview
The GMAT is a 3.5 hours long standardized test for candidates aspiring to do an MBA from a globally competitive business school. The GMAT Online test consists of four main parts delivered in English and administered in test centers around the world. It measures verbal, quantitative, analytical, and writing skills that you’ve developed over time. The test is welcomed by more than 6000 business and management programs globally.
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GMAT Free Online Practice Test
Kick-off your prep with a GMAT standardized computer-adaptive free practice test at one of our centers near you. After the test, we’ll give you a detailed performance report with personalized tips on how to improve your score in your main exam. This practice test will give you a sense of how you’d score on the actual test. Visit your nearest center to take a Free Full-length GMAT Practice Test now. Find the GMAT Test Centre near you.
GMAT Additional Online Practice Tests
By doing more and more GMAT computer-adaptive practice tests one can understand the format clearly and reviewing one section at a time will help one to achieve the best GMAT score. Our online practice tests step by step approach to your unique study plan which helps you to achieve a perfect score in your main exam. You can buy a pack of 10 additional Practice Tests including the Free Practice test along with detailed explanations and comprehensive score reports. Each test includes 1 Quant section, 1 Verbal section, 1 Integrated Reasoning section, and 1 AWA section, just like a real GMAT test. “Select section-order feature” is also available with each test to provide you with real test experience. The comprehensive score report after each test will provide you the information on your weak areas and strong areas; pacing chart for enhancing your score on the next test; drills to be done; and the lessons to be revised on the basis of your weak areas.
Frequently Asked Question
Question 1: How can I access these tests?
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Question 2: How long will I have access to my practice tests?
Your Student Portal will remain active for 6 months from the date of registration. You may retake the paid tests and drills as many times as you want during a 6-month period.
Question 3: Can I get the Student Portal activated after 6 months?
Yes, you can get it activated further for a certain duration by paying a fixed amount.
Question 4: Are The Princeton Review (TPR) GMAT Practice tests close to the Official GMAT?
Yes. TPR Practice tests are designed keeping in mind the algorithm of the real GMAT. Quantitative and Verbal sections start with an average difficulty level question and the difficulty level of the subsequent questions will depend on whether you get the next question right or wrong. You can check the difficulty level of each question you get on the test in the comprehensive score report. The difficulty level of each question is provided on a scale of 1 to 12. The questions are picked from a large pool of questions and the pool for each test is different. Thus, you will never see the same question appearing in different tests. Also, the questions will not be the same when you will take the same test again as your performance will not be the same.
Question 5: How will I know that the techniques I am learning will be applicable to the real GMAT?
It’s easy to verify the utility of the techniques learned in the class. You may try applying them to the questions in the Official Guide which is a book by the GMAC. We also discuss these questions in the class in order to teach the application of these techniques. Also, it is important to note that the questions created by the TPR team are standardized. The members of the TPR team are experts in their field and have experience of several years in the content preparation. They are trained in writing questions as per the norms of the GMAT.
Question 6: Can I retake the practice tests?
Yes, you can. But, we do not advise our students to do so as your old scores are required by your teachers to know your progress. Also, you will see a few repeated questions if you will retake the test. Thus, your score will not be reflective of your current progress.