Three Easy (and Free) Ways to Start Your GMAT Prep

GMAT PracticeHappy Holidays, everyone! We hope you’re able to get some rest and enjoy time with your friends and family during the holidays. And, especially if you’re in the Northeastern United States, we hope you’re staying dry and safe in the middle of some serious snow!

As for us, we’re taking advantage of the holidays here at Veritas Prep to get caught up on things and get ready for our next big wave of GMAT courses, which start worldwide in two weeks. If you’re planning on preparing for and taking the GMAT in 2011, here are three ways you can start your preparation at no cost:

Download our GMAT Prep App for the iPhone
Since we released it in 2009, our GMAT Practice Quiz iPhone app has earned nearly 2,100 ratings in the iTunes store. It’s a free source of more than 180 GMAT questions of all types: Data Sufficiency, Problem Solving, Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning, and Reading Comprehension. You can take timed practice exams or focus on a particular problem type, and use the complete diagnostics provided to better understand your strengths and weaknesses. Highly recommended for anyone who spends a lot of time on a train or bus every day!

Take a GMAT Practice Test
Our free GMAT practice test allows you to practice for the exam under realistic conditions. It is a computer-adaptive test (CAT), just like the real GMAT exam, and delivers questions of varying difficulty based on your performance — as you answer questions correctly, you receive more difficult questions. If you’re just starting out, use this practice exam to familiarize yourself with the length, format, and pacing of the real GMAT before you dive into your preparation.

Attend a Free Trial GMAT Class
If you’re wondering whether a GMAT prep class is for you, we’d like to invite you to try them out for yourself. Enroll in a free trial GMAT class and you can sit in on any Veritas Prep class in your city (or live online) at no charge, no strings attached. It’s a great way to meet your instructor and see what the Veritas Prep methodology is all about. These aren’t free seminars or “preview” sessions — you will sit in on a real class meeting of our seven-week Full Course, led by a Veritas Prep GMAT instructor.

Getting ready to take the GMAT soon? Next month we have GMAT prep courses starting in San Francisco and around the world. As always, be sure to find us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter!