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How would you perform if you took the GMAT today? This is a question that's probably in the back of your mind. While discovering your score as it currently stands might be a little intimidating, taking a practice exam is a big leap towards evaluating your GMAT strengths, weaknesses, and overall score range. Why not simulate exam day in the comfort of your home or office? It never hurts to know your projected score and we're delighted to help you make that first step.

Just like the actual GMAT, our free practice exam is computer-adaptive (CAT), meaning that it differs in levels of difficulty. Correct answers give way to harder questions in the next portion, mimicking precisely what you're sure to face on exam day. We pride ourselves in providing a top tier practice test that enables you to experience the GMAT for yourself. What we're offering isn't just vaguely similar to the test, it's one of the closest things you'll get to the test.

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Just wanted to let you guys know how the GMAT went yesterday. I went from a 660 to 710 and since I was looking to break 700 I'm very happy with that. My Verbal percentile fell from 97 to 95, probably because I didn't look at verbal at all since the last time I did the GMAT. My math on the other hand went up from 48 percentile to 72, for which I must thank you all.
- Adeel (This student took advantage of our private tutoring service)