Higher Score Guarantee on your GMAT™
Higher Score Guarantee on your GMAT™
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GMAT™ Practice Test 4-Pack
Our online GMAT™ test practice tests help you improve your score in the four sections of the GMAT: Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative Reasoning, Verbal Reasoning and Analytical Writing. Here's what you get with our Practice Test Bundle:
- 4 exclusive, realistic full-length GMAT practice tests
- In-depth answer explanations for each question
- 3 test modes to help you lean, prepare and simulate the test day experience, including:
- Learner mode: view the answers to each question as you go along to help you study.
- Practice mode: see answer explanations after you have finished. If the test is timed, the timer will display but will not be enforced.
Simulation mode: exactly what you'll experience on test-day; the test will stop when the timer stops.
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- Compatible with Mac, PC, iOS, and Android
- ADA 508 compliant
- 100% money-back satisfaction guarantee
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Strategies for how to answer different GMAT question types.
Exclusive GMAT practice tests and extra practice questions, including all the topics on the exam: math, verbal, data analysis, & analytical writing.
Simulated test-day experience so you know what to expect under time pressure.
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It felt good to feel prepared and ready to go on test day. I credit the Learner Mode with helping me get a great first time score.
I'd have bought this for the 501 additional practice questions. Getting everything else is a nice bonus.
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Learner mode was excellent. And the extra quant questions were essential to raising my score.
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What is a good GMAT score?
A good GMAT score depends largely on the competition for available MBA programs, the student's target school, and demographic circumstances that affect test scores across the board. However, for most institutions and programs, GMAT scores between 650 and 690 are good, while 700 or above is excellent.
How long is the GMAT?
How long the GMAT test takes depends on whether you take it in person at a test center or online at home. The in-person exam is 3 hours and 7 minutes long, with an extra 30 minutes for check-in. The online GMAT test is 2 hours and 45 minutes, plus 15 minutes for check-in.
How long to study for the GMAT?
The total time spent studying for the GMAT varies from person to person, though most students devote about 100 to 120 hours over 2 or 3 months to prepare for the test. Study sessions average 1 to 3 hours every day, totaling around 12 hours per week.
How hard is the GMAT?
While the GMAT is a challenging exam, its difficulty is relative to the person taking it. For some, the test format and material are the most significant obstacles. For others, the time limit and test-day restrictions pose the biggest challenge. Studying, preparing mentally and physically, and developing a successful test strategy can help make the GMAT less challenging.
How many points does the GMAT have?
The GMAT maximum score is 800 points, with 200 points being the bottom end. On average, roughly two-thirds of students score between 400 and 600 on the exam. The 3 main factors contributing to your total score include the number of questions you answered correctly, the difficulty of those answered questions, and how many total questions you answered across the entire test.
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