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An Overview of Magoosh’s Free GMAT Resources

Magoosh’s GMAT experts have created a plethora of free GMAT resources to help you study more effectively and efficiently. Here’s a big list of our free resources so that you can spend more time studying and less time looking for the best materials.

I’d recommend bookmarking this page so you can come back to it in the future! 🙂

GMAT eBooks

Our eBooks will give you a crash course on various GMAT topics.

Introduction to the GMAT eBook: This eBook will introduce you to the GMAT exam. It covers topics like the format of the test, an overview of each of the different sections, and general study strategies.

Idioms eBook: This eBook covers everything you need to know about idioms. It includes detailed explanations and examples of all 27 idiom types.

Integrated Reasoning eBook: This eBook will help you understand the Integrated Reasoning section and various strategies for each type of question. It includes practice questions and study recommendations as well.

GMAT Flashcards

Our GMAT experts created math and idiom flashcards so you can study anytime, anywhere. You can download our apps on Google Play or iTunes App Store to study on the go, or try the desktop version.

Math Flashcards: These flashcards include all of the math topics and formulas covered on the GMAT and offer practice questions to make sure you understand the material.

Idioms: These flashcards include basic and advanced idioms so that you can practice regardless of your level of expertise.

GMAT Newsletter

If you want GMAT tips and tricks delivered right to your inbox, sign up for Magoosh’s GMAT Newsletter.

Study Schedules

Our GMAT experts have created comprehensive and customizable study schedules to help you make the most of your study time. Each study schedule includes a list of essential and optional resources and hand-picked assignments.

We have GMAT study schedules for 1, 3, and 6 months of studying, but you can easily adapt them to meet your needs. This blog post will help you customize our study schedules based on the length of time you want to study and the areas you want to focus on.

YouTube Channel

Every Tuesday, Kevin, one of our GMAT experts, creates a GMAT Tuesday video. Each video covers a different GMAT topic, ranging from score report essentials to spotting parallelism in sentence corrections. Check out GMAT Tuesdays and more videos on our YouTube channel.

Book Reviews

We know there are tons of GMAT prep books out there, so our GMAT experts have taken the time to write comprehensive book reviews about the most popular books. Check out all of our book reviews on this section of the blog.

Video Explanations for Official Guide for GMAT Review 2016

The Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) releases practice questions in their Official Guide for GMAT Review each year. Our GMAT experts have created video explanations for these questions to help you understand each concept and avoid common mistakes.


You’re here, so you might already be familiar with Magoosh’s GMAT blog. Our blog includes helpful information about the GMAT like important test dates, tips for applying to business school, practice questions for each GMAT topic, and more!

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