Here are some tips on where to find computer adaptive tests (“CATs”), both free and paid. Note that it is a terrible idea to redo tests because the questions will repeat.
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If you register for a free account on mba.com then you’ll be given access to two free CATs. These CATs were designed by the folks who administer the test and so you should expect that they’ll be a fair representation of the actual GMAT. Unfortunately, the test software does not contain solutions; but, you can find the solutions on GMATClub’s forums if you google the questions.
You can complete one test for free and you can purchase 5 more for $49. These are high-quality tests and they are a little harder than the real GMAT.
You can complete one test for free and you can purchase 6 more for $49.
Their free trial includes one CAT. Payment information is not required to sign up for the free trial.
GMATClub offers two free CATs and you can purchase many more. These tests are very hard and if you’re not aiming for 720+ then don’t bother.