Free GMAT Practice Test

Free GMAT Practice Test

This Free GMAT Practice Test (containing 11 questions) is a good way to experience the various GMAT Maths and Verbal questions you are likely to encounter on the real exam. It’s got sample GMAT questions for topics like Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency and Integrated Reasoning. We haven’t included Reading Comprehension.

Use these sample questions to test your understanding of the GMAT syllabus. Each question is accompanied by a detailed explanation which shows up after you’ve selected the correct answer (which opens up in a separate window).

After you’ve completed this, if you are keen to test out the AWA essay samples you’ve worked on, try this free online AWA essay samples rater.

Unlike in the real GMAT, for this free GMAT practice test there are no time limits and you get multiple chances at the same question. So go slow, test out the concepts and gain a deeper understanding before focussing on timing.

Mini Online GMAT Practice Test

There are 11 questions to complete. Write down your answers on a rough sheet. Once you’ve completed the test, scroll down to compare your answers.


Question 1: GMAT Integrated Reasoning question – Two-Part Analysis
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Question 2: GMAT Maths – Problem Solving
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Question 3: Critical Reasoning Question – Necessary vs Sufficient type question
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Question 4: Data sufficiency question
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Question 5: GMAT Maths – Problem Solving – Ratios
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Question 6: Sentence Correction Question – Parallelism
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Question 7: Critical Reasoning Question
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Question 8: Sentence Correction Question – Comparison and Parallelism
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Question 9: Data sufficiency question
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Question 10: Critical Reasoning Question
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Question 11: Data sufficiency question – System of equations
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Answers for the Mini GMAT Practice Test


Answer 1: GMAT Integrated Reasoning question – Two-Part Analysis
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Answer 2: GMAT Maths – Problem Solving
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Answer 3: Critical Reasoning Question – Necessary vs Sufficient type question
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Answer 4: Data sufficiency question
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Answer 5: GMAT Maths – Problem Solving – Ratios
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Answer 6: Sentence Correction Question – Parallelism
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Answer 7: Critical Reasoning Question
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Answer 8: Sentence Correction Question – Comparison and Parallelism
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Answer 9: Data sufficiency question
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Answer 10: Critical Reasoning Question
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Answer 11: Data sufficiency question – System of equations
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Verdict

Give yourself 1 point for each correct answer. Here’s what your total score translates to.

0-2: Lots of work to be done!
3-5: Need more practice. Keep trying!
6-8: Not bad, but there’s more work to be done!
9-10: Good work! With some more prep, we’d be ready to party.
11: Perfect! You might just be ready for the big day.

Let us know what you thought about this free GMAT practice test.

If you are looking for more practice, head over to our GMAT forum where you’ll find additional full-length GMAT practice free tests. And do try out the free online AWA essay samples rater as well. For some serious and comprehensive GMAT prep material, check out our GMAT Preparation page.

GMAT questions, answers and explanations sourced from GoGMAT and Knewton.

5 thoughts on “Free GMAT Practice Test”

  1. It was good to run through the model questions, will be interested in honing my skills to target 100%. Let me know the best way to target.

    Thanks

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  2. Evening

    Iam in my penultimate year of Engineering and looking forward to apply for foreign universities which have YLP / (2 + 2) programs. Though I am maddeningly confused if i should even try or not, I would like to meet you in person and have a detailed discussion regarding my prospects for immediate MBA and your role in it. Awaiting you prompt reply.

    Regards
    Digvijay Sisodia
    Computer Engineering
    Netaji Subhas Institute of Technology
    Delhi University

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  3. Digvijay,

    In general, we aren’t big fans of rushing into MBA applications (in whatever format – regular, 2+2, YLP) without having a clear picture of what you’d get out of it. Read this MBA book to find why.

    Here’s a simpler solution. The basic information is available on the internet. You don’t need to pay any consultant to get the same information. Do your own research. If you are still as confused about whether you should go for it or not, the answer is – you should not go for it.

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  4. Hi Sameer,

    I took the test and got 8 correct out of the 11. However, all the incorrect ones were from the topic- critical reasoning. Does it mean that I majorly need to focus on that topic? Does it suggest that I am well off in other topics?

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