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4 Reasons to Take a Free Kaplan GMAT Practice Test

March 17, 2014 by

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Why should you sign up for one of the many upcoming Free Online GMAT Practice Tests that Kaplan offers? There are a number of reasons, but here are some of the most important.

1. You need GMAT stamina training

It’s tough to sit still for hours and focus your mental energy on Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal tasks. Begin your stamina training by trying a GMAT Practice Test to see how it feels to be planted in a chair for a stretch of time with nothing but your critical thinking skills and your math formulas to defend you.

2. You will discover your strengths and opportunities

Once you see your score, you may learn that you’re great at Data Sufficiency, but need to focus a lot more on your reading comprehension skills. Knowing this will help you to focus your study time more efficiently and effectively.

3. You will get to see a Kaplan GMAT Expert approach practice problems using tried and rue methods

After you’ve completed the test and you’ve collapsed, limp and exhausted, we’ll be there to reassure you that there is a way to conquer this test. Your in-room Kaplan experts (if you’ve chosen to attend the live, “Instructor Proctored” version of the Free GMAT Practice Test) will walk you through a few practice problems, demonstrating strategic approaches that you can begin to apply in your practice. Kaplan GMAT teachers will be standing by to answer your questions and supply you with additional resources and support.

4. You can choose a testing time that works for you!

All you need is a computer and a reliable internet connection, and you can choose from among a number of live, online events that we have scheduled every month. Wear your jammies, bring your dog, bring a snack – it’s all about your schedule and your comfort! (Although we do recommend making the experience as test-like as possible, if possible.)

So go on, set aside four hours and sign up now for an upcoming Free GMAT Practice Test. It’s only your future at stake.


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