An ultra-realistic, free GMAT practice test online (Quant + Verbal)
A scoring algorithm that mimics the GMAT’s to give you an authentic testing experience
TTP’s Enhanced Score Report with detailed analytics showing your test performance
The opportunity to speak with a TTP GMAT expert about how to structure your GMAT prep
Our practice GMAT aligns with the test framework of the real GMAT.
We worked with veteran psychometrician and GMAC emeritus Dr. Lawrence Rudner, who approved the GMAT and GMAT Focus algorithms, to ensure the quality of our exam and test questions.
Expect a highly realistic testing experience with carefully calibrated question difficulties.
Have confidence in your test scores, which are calculated using a proprietary algorithm created by Dr. Rudner.
Every question has been statistically analyzed to determine its difficulty level and ensure that it reflects the quality of the actual GMAT.
Our scoring algorithm has been scaled to the real GMAT scoring system, using hundreds of past test-takers’ scores.
Our test pulls from thousands of realistic GMAT practice questions to ensure the most accurate possible test results.
The TTP GMAT test simulator mimics the look and feel of the real GMAT, so you have the most authentic test-taking experience possible.
An ultra-realistic, rigorous testing experience and a reliable score, so you’re armed with the data you need for your GMAT test preparation.
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A GMAT total score (out of 800).
Individual Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning section scores.
Quantitative and Verbal score percentiles based on GMAC’s current percentile rankings.
See your accuracy for each quarter of your practice test.
Compare your timing on various parts of the test
Compare your timing on your correct and incorrect questions.
See your average level of ability throughout the test
Review your test at a glance to see your strengths and weaknesses and identify patterns in your correct and incorrect answers.
Get a detailed answer explanation for every question on your test.
View your timing statistics for every question and see which question types you performed best.
See the difficulty level of each question on the exam.
Flag questions to review again later.
Taking a GMAT mock exam allows you to assess what score you currently would be likely to achieve on the GMAT and whether you are ready to hit your score goal. Additionally, taking a mock exam can help you uncover any lingering weaknesses in your GMAT content knowledge or test-taking strategies. For example, you may find that your pacing is off in a particular part of the exam or that your performance on certain question types is not what you expected.
Our GMAT practice test is carefully designed to mimic the difficulty of the real GMAT. In fact, we’ve statistically analyzed each of the GMAT practice questions included in our practice test to ensure the question difficulties are accurate.
Our GMAT practice test software uses an algorithm based on hundreds of past test-takers’ scores and scaled to the real GMAT scoring system. Additionally, our test pulls from a pool of thousands of realistic practice questions crafted by GMAT experts.