How it Works
Welcome to GMAT Math Online!
Our aim is to provide you with the
- Sample Testing
- Support Information
you need to best prepare you for the Quantitative section of the GMAT, so you’ll approach the test with increased confidence. It works like this:
You can practice, practice, and practice some more on our bank of over 5000 problems and data sufficiency questions for
- Real Numbers
- Expressions and Equations
- Coordinate geometry
While you’re doing that we keep track of your performance and your progress, so you can see how well you’ve mastered each area. We give you interactive presentation and feedback of
- Problems, and
- Detailed, clear explanations of the solutions
At any point you can review the problems you missed, so you can understand the concepts you need.
Want to know how prepared you are? Take a test. We have an unlimited number of tests, and you can take a full-blown GMAT computer adaptive test, with 37 questions, or you can take smaller tests with as few as 12 questions.
If your pre-algebra is pretty good, but you want to see how you’re doing in coordinate geometry, then you can take a sample test in which all the problems are from coordinate geometry. In fact, you can take a sample test in any of the 6 individual ACT math areas.
We time all the tests (but you can ignore the time if you choose), and we’ll show you the results with the proper solutions for all questions afterward.
To do your best and to expand your math proficiency, you often need refreshers in formulas, definitions, and basic concepts. Therefore, we have pages like these:
We invite you to click on any of these links to see the support information available. And to explore all our offerings, just go to the menu at the top of the page.
Still Not Sure?
Try some sample problems, and take a sample test or two. You will see how much ACT Math Prep School can help you expand your math sense and make you better prepared for the many problems you’ll encounter in ACT math.
So if you’re ready to start training and testing, then go ahead and
We wish you the best in your preparation and hope you get the score on GMAT math that you want!