This Free GMAT Diagnostic Test has 24 questions. It offers a simple way to understand the type of questions to expect in the GMAT. The Quantitative Reasoning questions cover topics like number properties, algebra, coordinates, permutation and combination, arithmetic word problems – percentages, time and distance, etc. Both PS and DS types have been included. The Verbal reasoning section consists of questions on Sentence correction, Critical reasoning and Reading comprehension. Some of the questions have been developed in-house and some borrowed from different sources on GMATclub (which are widely available).
Though this is NOT an adaptive test, the time limit to complete the test would be similar to an actual GMAT test.
After the completion of the test, a score will be given as a percentage. Expected Percentage to GMAT score conversion (this is NOT an exact conversion):
- Less than 20%: Below 500 range => You need to work a lot on your prep
- 20% to less than 40%: 500 to 550 range => You have basic idea of what the GMAT is. Keep at it
- 40% to less than 60%: 550 to 600 range => Decent! But still lacking in multiple concepts.
- 60% to less than 80%: 600 to 700 range => You are pretty much there. Need a bit of final push
- 80% or above: 700 to 800 range => You are almost there and maybe ready for the actual test with some brushing up