Free GMAT Resource for Online Practice


Following are extraordinary links which give one an incredible free GMAT resource that can be utilized for topic wise practice with varying difficulty level and Sectional test with timed drills.

  1. https://www.mba.com/

MBA.com is the official GMAT website, created by the Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC). It boasts a great deal of relevant, up-to-date information about the GMAT, as well as free practice materials.


The Official GMATPrep Software, available for free through an account at mba.com, is the most important resource on MBA.com (and in general, MBA.com is a source of many of the best GMAT resources available). The software includes a comprehensive GMAT quant review, customizable sets of practice questions, and two full-length computerized adaptive practice tests. You can use one of these practice tests as a diagnostic GMAT to gauge where you’re starting from and how much you need to progress before you take the official exam. Find out more about using the GMATPrep Software for a diagnostic test here.

MBA.com also offers a variety of free GMAT articles and other resources that will help you know what to expect on exam day, such as a list of recent analytical writing assessment topics on past GMATs that you can practice with, sample GMAT questions and accompanying answer explanations, and detailed explanations of each GMAT question type.

2. https://www.beatthegmat.com/gmat-math-f5.html   ii) https://www.beatthegmat.com/gmat-verbal-amp-essays-f8.html

Beat the GMAT is a social network that boasts an active forum and a variety of other free GMAT prep resources.


Beat the GMAT includes a variety of resources for potential GMAT test-takers, including a forum where you can trade tips and advice with other students, a variety of study plans that 700+ GMAT scorers used to excel on the exam, and a 60-day GMAT study plan that you can have delivered to you in newsletter form.

Additionally, you can sign up to have a free daily quant practice question and a free daily verbal practice question sent to you via email.

You can also download free Beat the GMAT mobile apps, including a set of 300 GMAT flashcards that will help you review verbal and quant concepts.

Another helpful free resource at Beat the GMAT is the GMAT error log, which you can download to help you track your progress as you take GMAT practice quizzes and tests.


Beat the GMAT isn’t a source of free GMAT practice questions in and of itself. It’s more of a general resource if you’re looking to connect with and hear from other test-takers who are exploring practice materials and who have done well on the exam.

3. https://gmatclub.com/forum/search.php?view=search_tags

GMAT Club is best known for its active GMAT forum and user community, but it also offers a variety of other free GMAT prep resources.


The GMAT Club Forum has thousands of active users from all over the world. In the forum, you can discuss nitty-gritty details about the content and logistics of the exam, MBA admissions stats, prep materials, and the most up-to-date info on any changes to the GMAT.

GMAT Club also provides users with access to a variety of free GMAT tools and articles, from sample GMAT study plans and schedules to a downloadable GMAT timer that you can use at home with practice tests and hundreds of flashcards that feature GMAT-specific quant and verbal concepts.


If you want practice questions or full-length practice tests, you’ll have to purchase them from GMAT Club.

Also, many of the resources at GMAT Club (such as the flashcards) are community/user-generated, so they’re not always vetted by GMAT experts or official sources.

Miscellaneous: https://www.urch.com/forums/gmat/