Archive for the ‘GMAT Sample Tests’ Category

Free GMAT Practice Test for Facebook users!

Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

For a limited time, we’re offering Facebook users a free GMAT practice test!

To redeem your free access code for a full GMAT practice test complete with comprehensive and sectional scores, timing analysis, and answers & explanations simply follow this link and click the “Login with Facebook” button when you are prompted for an access code.

Let us know how you enjoy this limited time offer and best of luck in your preparations for the GMAT!

GMAT Practice Tests Update

Sunday, February 6th, 2011

CATPrep has released a major update to their computer adaptive test offerings for the GMAT. This latest release of the CATPrep GMAT Simulator includes performance enhancements and generally improved user experience for students with Adobe’s Flash Player 10 and above. It comes complete with pools of original authentic questions, from the quantitative, verbal, and AWA sections of the GMAT. The software also features performance-based question selection algorithms, an accurate scoring engine, and the ability to run on all major computer operating systems.

CATPrep, an online educational software and services provider, today announced the immediate availability of their latest GMAT Simulator software. Created to ease post-exam review of completed simulated GMAT sessions, the new simulator software raises the bar for realistic reproductions of the computer adaptive Graduate Management Admission Test by featuring exclusive performance-based question selection algorithms that accurately simulate the real computer-based GMAT by selecting each subsequent question from a pool of questions of varying difficulty based on the current performance of the test-taker.

The new simulator distinguishes itself further by including original & authentic questions encompassing the quantitative, verbal, and Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) sections of the GMAT. The simulator’s user-interface was designed to closely resemble the true GMAT “look and feel” by replicating the controls and interface of the real exam using platform independent Adobe Flash technology which enables the Simulator to run on all major operating systems.

“Our simulator targets prospective graduate school candidates who have already completed their individual review regimens,” said Cindy Anderson, project manager, and project lead for the CATPrep GMAT Simulator. “Most of our students are seeking a comprehensive simulation of the GMAT that enables them to practice their test-taking strategies and techniques in an realistic environment. By providing feedback for various strategies and time-management techniques, our practice tests help our students achieve their maximum possible score when it matters most…the day they sit for the real exam.”

Follow this link for a comprehensive list of features or to download a free version of CATPrep GMAT Simulator software.

Resolving Error #1010

Saturday, February 5th, 2011

If you receive a message indicating an error #1010 while our software is running, then it is very likely that our software is unable to save your progress to your local hard drive. This will prevent you from restarting if you quit before completing your test for any reason.

Hundreds of students use our software daily and it works flawlessly for the vast majority of them – of course every setup is potentially different and some errors are unavoidable. But have no fear, our support team is here to help.

To fix this error, first close all other applications and insure that your web browser is the only application running. This reduces the chance that another application could interfere with the Adobe Flash Player plugin that our tests rely upon.

In addition to insuring we are the only software running when you launch a simulated test – you should insure you are running the latest version of Adobe’s Flash Player by visiting their website here.

When you follow that link, you’ll be offered a free upgrade to the latest flash player available. Please install it and then restart as applicable. If you continue to encounter the error #1010, please contact our support team directly by opening a support ticket or through email.

Multiple orders of our GMAT sample tests

Sunday, November 14th, 2010

Our #GMAT sample tests are sold in packs that offer a discount over buying them individually. If you decide to purchase a pack for less than the full number of unique practice tests we offer but later decide you would like more practice, don’t worry – you can still sit for all of our GMAT sample tests. Each time you launch one of our GMAT sample tests, you can choose which exam and question pool you’d like to access. For example, if you already sat for GMAT exams #1 and #2 using a double pack – you can purchase another double pack and use that pack to sit for GMAT exams #3 and #4.

If you have any questions or concerns, just open a customer support ticket and we’ll be happy to help.

GMAT Sample Tests

Saturday, November 13th, 2010

A reminder for all you prospective MBA students – before you sit for your #GMAT, do yourself a favor and make certain you are prepared to score what you need. Our GMAT Sample tests all provide a proven accurate scoring engine calibrated to determine your potential on the real test. Try our free GMAT demo today.

CATPrep has a new look!

Wednesday, October 27th, 2010

We’ve finally refreshed our dated website with a modern look and feel! We stay very busy delivering the best #GRE, #GMAT, and #PatentBar practice tests, but felt it was in our students’ best interest to spend a little effort cleaning up our six year old website. We think you’ll find our new layout much easier to navigate and much much easier on your eyes.

Come let us know what you think
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New #GMAT Score Calculator Released!

Sunday, October 17th, 2010

We’re pleased to announce the release of our GMAT Score Calculator which will allow students to estimate their total GMAT score on a scale from 200-800. Our new GMAT Score Calculator converts GMAT verbal and math section scores scaled from 0-60 into an estimated cumulative GMAT score.

We use a complex algorithm to estimate your total GMAT score given your verbal and math (quantitative) section scores but please keep in mind that this process can never be as accurate as a total score calculation using your raw scores like that used in our comprehensive GMAT Simulator software and on the real GMAT.

Due to the rounding and ten point segmentation the GMAT uses when calculating sectional and total scores from your raw score, the real scoring algorithm commonly produces a slightly different total score for the same pair of sectional scores and vice versa.

For example, it is not an error to see one student earn a total GMAT score of 580 paired with a 35 verbal and 35 math and to also see another student earn a total GMAT score of 570 paired with a 35 verbal and 35 math. This is due to the fact that your total GMAT score is not calculated directly from your GMAT section scores. Instead, both your total and sectional GMAT scores are derived from your underlying raw score.

We welcome your feedback and best of luck in your preparations for the real test!

Customer Query for GRE and GMAT software

Thursday, October 7th, 2010

A customer recently asked the following and we wanted to post our answers here for quick reference:

> How much time will it take to process my payment?
> After paying will you send a link for downloading the GRE and GMAT practice tests ? 
> Do these tests provide evaluation?

In response, we informed the customer that we process payments online instantly and provide you with immediate access to our software through links on your payment confirmation page as well as links in your emailed receipt.
All of our GRE and GMAT practice tests come complete with extensive evaluation including comprehensive and sectional scoring, question explanations, response timing, and more.

#GMAT Sample Tests software update

Sunday, September 12th, 2010

We’ve just released a new version of our GMAT Practice Test Simulators. This release includes updates to both our free demo versions and our comprehensive full-simulation software that will improve overall performance and aesthetics. The new versions are available immediately to all registered users. Best of luck in your preparations!

Customer Query: When does your GMAT Simulator require internet access?

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

We recently responded to a customer query regarding our #GMAT Simulator software:

“Post launching, how long will it take the GMAT exam to load and will it start immediately after launching? How will I know when to switch off my internet?”

We responded:

The load time depends entirely on your internet speed but it rarely takes more than a few minutes. After loading, you’ll need to remain connected until you click the “login” button on the first screen. Once you have logged-in you can disconnect. You’ll be prompted at the end of the GMAT to re-connect so that your session can be saved to our servers.