START the timer below before you begin to take the GMAT Sample Quantitative Test reflecting high-difficulty level problems monitored on current GMAT administrations. The timer includes a pacing monitor® which will give you pop-up warnings about how much time is remaining and how far along the test you should be.
There are 21 questions in this sample GMAT test. You have 40 minutes to finish this test. The pacing monitor will guide you through the test, and warn you about your pacing. If you do not get at least 18 questions correct in this test (a level you need to work at to get a scaled score of close to 47, which will correspond to a percentile ranking of about 85%, in GMAT Quantitative assessment), you are not working at the high-difficulty level and need to Enroll in MLIC GMAT Prep courses and/or order GMAT Study Guides for 700+ Score with Audio Lectures. MLIC GMAT prep courses prepare you with high-difficulty questions that are representative of currently LIVE GMAT problems. Register in MLIC GMAT prep course or order MLIC GMAT Study Guides for 700+ GMAT Score. MLIC is the ONLY company that monitors the high difficulty questions and trains you using questions reflecting the current emphasis monitored on the high-difficulty problems on the GMAT. REGISTER in our industry-leading, goal-driven, and skill-enhancing GMAT prep courses today.
GMAT test includes 37 Questions in Quantitative assessment. In this sample practice test for GMAT quantitative assessment, you will test-drive 21 GMAT quantitative problems in high difficulty mode reflecting the current emphasis monitored on the LIVE GMAT problems. If you do not get 80% of the questions correctly answered in this practice GMAT test, Enroll in our GMAT prep courses. You can also order our GMAT STUDY GUIDES FOR 700+ SCORE, the same study materials used in our industry-leading and skill-enhancing GMAT preparation courses and GMAT review classes held throughout the world, and using examples reflecting the current emphasis seen on the LIVE GMAT PROBLEMS. Order our Study guides today or enroll in our GMAT prep courses, and get set for a score of better than 700 on the GMAT.
Problem Solving Questions require you to solve the problem, and choose the best answer from the choices given. All numbers are real numbers.
For Data Sufficiency problems, You are required to decide whether you can make a LOGICAL decision by using a LOGICAL INTERPRETATION of each statement alone, or, if need be, by combining the logical interpretation of the two statements. Pick a choice that matches the decision scenario. A LOGICAL DECISION is a decision that is consistent across ALL valid interpretations of the evidence. For example, if the statement 1 evidence is that X is an integer,and if the DECISION QUESTION posed in the stem is 'Is X a prime integer?', we need to logically interpret the statement that 'X is any integer'. Our logical interpretation tells us that X could be a positive integer, a negative integer, or 0. We should know that a prime number is always positive and given that X could be negative or 0, and given that not all positive integers are prime, we must conclude that the statement 'X is an integer' does not allow us to make a decision with LOGICAL CERTAINTY about whether or not X is a prime integer. We will then conclude that Statement 1 alone is not sufficient to make a unique decision having logical certainty. Remember that logical certainty involves coming up with a decision that involves a probability of 0 or 1. If the question is "Is X a positive integer?", you need to be able to come up with a decision that X is definitely a positive integer or that X is definitely NOT a positive integer. If you have two different scenarios that give rise to conflicting decisions about the stem question, then you will conclude that no logical decision can be made and pick option E. Good Luck!
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