Free GMAT® Practice Questions
Don’t have time for a full GMAT practice test, but want to challenge yourself? You’ve come to the right place. With Kaplan’s 20-minute workout, you can try your hand at a few sample GMAT questions to see where you stand.
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GMAT Prep Course
GMAT Prep Course includes:
- 48+ hours of live interactive teaching from our best instructors
- New Study Plan that will provide you with personalized recommendations based on your performance during the course
- Official Test Day Experience - A Kaplan exclusive! Through our partnership with Pearson VUE, you'll be able to take a Kaplan practice test at the actual testing facility you'll use on Test Day so you'll know exactly what to expect
- The GMAT Channel - Another Kaplan exclusive! Get 30+ hours of live, highly-interactive unique instruction on everything from the basics to advanced topics taught live and online by Kaplan’s highest rated faculty
- Over 140 hours of instruction and practice
- 5,000+ practice questions
- 9 full-length computer adaptive tests (CATs) that replicate the actual exam experience
- Select your section order. CATs are fully updated to match July 2017 GMAT test changes
- The following books: GMAT Premier: Course Book Edition and GMAT Pocket Reference, Complete Start-to-Finish MBA Admissions Guide
GMAT Prep PLUS Course
Everything in our GMAT Prep Course, PLUS personal coaching and additional math help:
- 3 hours of one-on-one time, live online with a GMAT expert (over $400 value): Personalized coaching, review and analysis of practice test results, assistance building a study plan, and guidance on the graduate school application process.
- GMAT Math Foundations - Self-Paced ($299 value): A collection of online videos and practice questions designed to build a strong foundation in the basic math skills essential for success on the GMAT (on demand lessons & online workshops, and 400+ practice questions).
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What to expect from GMAT practice questions
GMAT questions cover topics you’ve learned in your academics up to this point. From quantitative and verbal questions to integrated reasoning and analytical writing, each section on the exam tests different skills that are tailored to business school admission—and business school success.
After you get a good sense of your strengths and weaknesses from these GMAT practice questions, take the next step with a full-length GMAT practice test to further develop the skills that will help you make Test Day a success.
Pacing yourself on GMAT question types
The GMAT test consists of four sections tested over the course of 3 hours, 30 minutes, and you'll receive a separate score for each. The Quantitative and Verbal scores make up the combined “Total Score,” which ranges from 200 to 800.
As you prep with these GMAT sample questions, keep pacing in mind and develop an approach that will help you master every question type on the exam. If you’re comfortable with the content on the GMAT, have a strategic approach, and pace yourself through your practice tests and other GMAT prep, you can meet or exceed your goals on Test Day.