Practice Exams
Practice Exams

GMAT® Official Practice
Exams 1&2 + 3&4 + 5&6

6 Official Mock Tests, Created by the GMAC
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Three sets of two GMAT® Official Practice Exams created by GMAC, the guys who write the GMAT.

Each Set of Practice Exams includes access to:

  • 2 full-length computer-adaptive GMAT mock tests
  • 90 questions in each test
  • Each test can be retaken with some different questions appearing
  • Answers to all questions
  • Enhanced Score Report to analyze your performance
  • Time management analysis to help you strategize your pace

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What's included:

  • Interactive video lessons that will make your learning fun
  • An adaptive and personalized practice system (PALgorithm™) that adapts to your skills and learnign profile
  • A custom study plan based on your test date
  • 4 official mock test by the GMAC
  • 12 Verbal quizzes
  • 3 essay reviews by experts
  • 30 minutes of admission consultancy
  • The Official Guide for GMAT

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Interactive video lessons that will make your learning fun

What's included:

  • Verbal section video lessons
  • Quantitative section video lessons
  • 30 credits to try the PALgorithm™ practice system
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These are the only mock tests in the world which are adaptive, reacting in real time to your performance and showing you questions which match your level. They are also the only tests written by the same people who write the GMAT, expressly intended to reflect the actual level, subject matter and style of essay questions. These questions have also been statistically tested on thousands of students across the world to ensure their difficulty level reflects the actual GMAT scoring. For all of these reasons, these are the only mock tests out there whose score evaluation you can take seriously.

The most useful comparison is between all of these sets of Practice Exams and any other mock test available online or on the market. For the reasons outlined above, the GMAC Official Practice Exams are a far superior product than any other practice test you may find, and are a hugely beneficial addition to whatever study regimen you may have going.
As for a comparison between the three sets of exams themselves – the only difference you’ll find between them is exactly the one you’d want: different questions. There is no advantage in using one over the other – but why choose? examPAL gives you two sets!

How realistic is my score on the mock test? How predictive is it of GMAT performance?

As explained above, the GMAT® Official Practice Exams are the only practice tests which provide you with a realistic test score. Than being said, nothing can fully predict your performance on the actual GMAT. Some people achieve a certain level during prep, but the motivation and excitement of the test day lead them to have a breakout performance. Others, especially ones who have not studied in a way which prepared them for the GMAT’s adaptive nature, stumble on test day and end up scoring lower than they did on mock exams. To summarize, the GMAC exams are both realistic and a great way to study, but shouldn’t be taken as a guarantee of future performance.

These are the only mock tests in the world which are adaptive, reacting in real time to your performance and showing you questions which match your level. They are also the only tests written by the same people who write the GMAT, expressly intended to reflect the actual level, subject matter and style of essay questions. These questions have also been statistically tested on thousands of students across the world to ensure their difficulty level reflects the actual GMAT scoring. For all of these reasons, these are the only mock tests out there whose score evaluation you can take seriously.


The first way to make the most out of your mock test is to make it as realistic as possible. This means taking the prep test at the same hour of day as your actual exam, and trying to the extent that it is possible to maintain a similar daily schedule to test day (wake up at the same time, have similar meals). It also means taking the test in absolutely isolated area – your cellphone should be in a different room, and your computer should have no other windows open. Most importantly, when taking the mock test don’t allow yourself to do anything you wouldn’t do on the real exam: take only the few breaks that the GMAT includes, don’t eat or drink while solving the test, have paper and a pen by your side for notes, and of course – no calculator. To this end, you may want to look at our Preparation Guide.


The second thing you must do is make sure you properly use the test for improvement. The question ‘how much did you get on the mock test?’ is interesting for bragging in gossipy conversations, but it is otherwise meaningless. What’s important is that you use the mock test as a springboard to improve. Going into the test, have three goals of things to focus on or do differently than you have in the past; these are the conclusions of your past study, and the mock test is the sandlot in which to test your ability to implement them. Next, after the test conduct an exhaustive analysis. This means spending at least 4-5 hours reviewing your test, probably the day after taking it. Collect all the questions you got wrong and re-solve them, making a separate list of reasons you got them wrong. After going over your entire performance, make decisions at three separate levels: do I need to go over any of the test fundamentals? This may be the case if you missed rules, formulas or basic techniques on the mock exam. Next, ask yourself - do I need to rethink my answer strategies? If you wasted time or got questions wrong when other answer tools where available, maybe it’s time to think of reviewing your PAL strategy. Lastly, ask: do I need to rethink my overarching chapter strategies? If you found yourself running out of time, you may have to reevaluate how many questions you’re going for in each section, how many you will skip, and which ones those will be. Finally, conclude you analysis with deciding on three goals for your next mock test, to make sure the improving continues.

GMAT® OFFICIAL PRACTICE EXAMS 5 & 6 BENEFITS OVERVIEW

Each set of exams - 2 full-length computer-adaptive GMAT mock tests:

Each set contains 2 GMAT CAT’s – full-length practice exams. These are the only practice test out there which are official GMAC material – meaning the questions are written by the same people who write the actual GMAT.

90 questions in each test

All 90 questions are new and have never been seen before.

Each test can be taken more than once

Since the GMAT has only 67 questions and is an adaptive test, you will only see part of the 90 questions the first time you take the test. Retaking the test includes the possibility of encountering several new questions, depending on your answers. If you solve the test again, when you see a question you’ve already solved, don’t worry – just mark the correct answer, but then wait two minutes before moving on to the next question. This way the test will adapt to your accurate level.

Answers to all questions

All tests come with full answer sets to the questions, so you can review your performance and retake the ones you got wrong. Explanations are not included.

Enhanced Score Report to analyze your performance

Each test comes equipped with an Enhanced Score Report, allowing you to upgrade your post-exam analysis. The report reviews your performance by every question type in the Verbal, Quant and IR sections, detailing both your score on the subsection, and your percentile ranking amongst all users.

Time management analysis to help you strategize your pace

In addition to the Enhanced Score Report, the packs provide you with a post-test analysis of your speed and time efficiency, allowing you to gain actionable insight into your pacing and division of time.