The GMAT is a test of your math and verbal skills, AND it’s a test of your test-taking abilities, which include endurance and time management. So, be sure to take several full-length practice tests as part of your preparation. Also, we suggest that test-takers achieve their target score on at least two attempts before taking the official test. 

Official GMATPrep® practice tests (FREE)

Everyone preparing for the GMAT should at least take the two full-length practice tests included in this free resource. The tests use official GMAT questions and the official GMAT scoring algorithm, so that are, by far, the best predictors of your GMAT readiness. 

Official GMATPrep® Exam Pack 1 - practice tests

Official GMATPrep® Exam Pack 1 (paid)

This is an add-on to the free GMATPrep® software, which already includes two practice exams. Exam Pack 1 lets you take two never-before-seen, full-length exams featuring 90 real GMAT questions. Each practice test has enhanced score reporting, including separate score report summaries for the Quant, Verbal, and Integrated Reasoning sections. 

Official GMATPrep® Exam Pack 2 (paid)

Two more full-length practice exams. Each test features enhanced score reporting, including separate score report summaries for the Quant, Verbal, and Integrated Reasoning sections. 

Veritas Prep GMAT practice test (FREE)

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Manhattan Prep - practice tests - FREE

Manhattan Prep GMAT practice test (FREE)

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Kaplan GMAT Practice Test (FREE)

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Princeton Review - free GMAT practice test

Princeton Review GMAT Practice Test (FREE)

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Our step-by-step Learning Guide will help direct your studies and ensure that you cover everything that the GMAT tests.