Welcome! Curious about where you would stack up compared to others taking the GMAT? Take our GMAT Diagnostic test here. You should allow yourself 25 minutes for the Quant Diagnostic and 25 minutes for the Verbal Diagnostic.
These Diagnostics assume that you are familiar with the basic question formats on the GMAT. On math, the Problem Solving questions are the same five-choice multiple choice questions you have seen on virtually every standardized test in your life, but the Data Sufficiency questions are unique to the GMAT. Similarly, on Verbal, Reading Comprehension questions are similar to those you’ve seen on many other standardized tests, but the Sentence Correction and Critical Reasoning questions might be a little different from what you have seen before. If you are brand new to the GMAT, it’s probably a good idea to get comfortable with at least the mechanics of the various question formats before you take these Diagnostics. You can read about the formats on this blog or in the GMAT Official Guide.
The Magoosh GMAT Diagnostic: Verbal
The Magoosh GMAT Diagnostic: Quantitative
Once you have taken each Diagnostic, you will get an email with your score. Then you can go to the page of recommendations based on your scores. Don’t be discouraged if you found the Diagnostic hard: the GMAT is supposed to be hard! No matter where you start, Magoosh can help!
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