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What to expect from your 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 questionS

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.