# GMAT practice questions

These 152 GMAT practice questions and explanations are just what you need to prepare for the test.

Each set of questions has an accompanying tutorial giving you advice on how to answer them.

Practice set | No. of questions | Status | Action |
---|---|---|---|

Sentence correction | 8 | Not started | Start |

Idiomatic expressions | 7 | Not started | Start |

Critical Reasoning | 2 | Not started | Start |

Fractions | 15 | Not started | Start |

Exponents, ratios and percentages | 16 | Not started | Start |

Geometry | 16 | Not started | Start |

Word problems | 16 | Not started | Start |

Rate problems | 12 | Not started | Start |

Properties of numbers | 17 | Not started | Start |

Data sufficiency | 25 | Not started | Start |

Permutations, combinations and probability | 12 | Not started | Start |

Introductory | 6 | Not started | Start |

### Pot luck

Try a question picked at random.

### Practice tests

Full length practice GMAT tests should also be part of your preparation for the GMAT.

### Why practice

There is no substitute for practice in your preparation for the GMAT.

It is important that you practice the techniques you learn in our GMAT tutorials by trying them out on GMAT questions.

This will ensure that you

**understand**how to choose which approach to take with each question and can apply the tips you have learned appropriately.**remember**the techniques you have learned.

The GMAT also has strict time limits and without practice you will find it very hard to finish the test on time.

Finally, GMAT questions are all very similar and if you have already tried 200+ questions you will find that many of the questions in the real test are familiar and thus easy.