I’m very excited to announce that Magoosh now has full-length GMAT practice tests!
How do I access the GMAT practice tests?
First, you need to be a paying member of our GMAT prep product. Unfortunately, the tests only work with full Premium access which consists of Math and Verbal – they don’t work with a Math only or Verbal only plan.
After you click on the link you’ll see instructions on how to take a practice test.
Are these new questions?
The questions in the test are the same ones that you can access through regular practice or quizzes in Magoosh. When you take a practice test, we will first give you questions that you have not yet answered. However, if you have answered many of the questions in the product you may see some repeats. Unfortunately, it’s very difficult to create GMAT-like questions and we want to make sure that Magoosh continues to provide you with the highest quality questions – so it’s not trivial for us to add more questions. But we are confident that we provide enough practice to help you improve your score, and that the questions you’ll see on Magoosh are some of the best GMAT practice questions. We also find our best-performing students answer the same question 2-3 times.
How many practice tests are there?
As I mentioned, we take questions from the existing product. Currently we have over 800 questions total, around 450 for Math and 550 for Verbal. Each of our practice tests consists of 37 math questions and 41 verbal questions. We recommend taking at most 2-3 practice tests with Magoosh and using the other questions for quizzes and more targeted practice.
How accurate is the score estimate?
We’ve done our best to mimic the adaptive nature of the GMAT and to provide accurate score estimates – they are based on past customers’ actual scores. However, we suggest using the score estimate as a general guideline of your performance rather than an actual score that you’ll receive on test day.
How do I review past tests?
If you would like to review a test that you have already taken, just click the “Take a practice test” link and in the bottom left of the next page you’ll see a button “See Past Results” from which you can review any of your past tests.