Check out a video of this process here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KLRnOml07f0&feature=youtu.be
One of the most challenging things for test prep students is simulating the test-day experience. Fortunately, the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has published two free computer-adaptive tests (CATs) and four additional CATs, which are available for a hefty fee of $89.98. You can access these materials quite easily on mba.com by completing the following steps:
- Log into your mba.com account. (If you haven’t created one already, then you should do so. This account will allow you to register for the GMAT, access prep materials, and send or cancel your scores.) Select “Buy Study Materials” at the top of the page.
- If you’d like to access the free tests, then select “Access Now”
- This will take you to a purchase page, but the cost should be $0.00. If you’ve already used the free tests, then select “Learn More”
This will take you to the same purchase page, where you will purchase the tests as normal.
Note that the paid tests are included in a Clayborne GMAT package. If you’d like more information, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
After you’ve purchased these exams, select “Buy Study Materials” again and select the exams you’ve purchased. You should have an option now that says, “Access GMAT Official Practice.” This will bring up your official practice portal, where all of your purchased exams should be available.
The process isn’t ideal, and the actual portal looks like it was created using Windows 95. Honestly, the software itself isn’t any better. But these materials, created by the producers of the GMAT, will help you most readily acclimate to official testing conditions. If you have any questions or are interested in working with us on your GMAT prep, then please contact us at email@example.com. Happy Studying!