GMAT Club is on a mission to create an EVOLVING GMAT diagnostic test and thus we believe, the BEST GMAT diagnostic test. Would you like to join us?

The Diagnostic test is a community project where we jointly work together to refine questions and explanations. There is a rating system to rank questions and also select the best explanation. As time goes by, questions with the lowest ratings will be phased out or rephrased. Even though the test has only been released a week ago, we already have made 5 new version releases and are on version 1.5 of the GMAT Diagnostic test.

We have just released a free GMAT Diagnostic test consisting of 45 questions covering 15 different areas to help GMAT test-takers understand their weaknesses and evaluate their level of preparedness. We’d love to hear your feedback – please take this test – it is free.

The questions are organized in sets of 3 – a medium question (600 level), a hard question (700 level) and a very hard question (750 level). Depending on your level, you can choose to take all or only some of the questions.

After you are done, you can analyze your results with a detailed spreadsheet giving you a dashboard view of your results in Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency, Arithmetic, Probability, Statistics, and others.

Interested to take the test or help with the project?

**Areas tested: **

Arithmetic

Roots (1, 2, 3, 5)

Powers (4, 5, 6)

Fractions (6, 7, 8, 9, 12)

Number Properties (3, 4, 7, 8, 9)

Special Characters/Operations (10, 11, 12) – N/A

Modules (4, 14, 15, 16)

Statistics (16, 17, 18)

Word Problems

Min/Max (19, 20, 21)

Overlapping Sets (22, 23, 24)

Rate (25, 26, 27)

Work (28, 29, 30)

Mixture (31, 32, 33)

Geometry (34, 35, 36)

Probability (37, 38, 39)

Combinations (37, 40, 41, 42)

Algebra (43, 44, 45)

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