Experience Exam Day with a Mock GMAT Exam

What You'll Learn:

  • Challenge yourself with a mock GMAT in a proctored test environment.
  • Get a feel for the real GMAT with the official GMATPrep® software.
  • Tackle all 4 sections of the GMAT, with a full-length, adaptive exam.
  • Receive an unofficial GMAT score and score breakdown.

Date: Sat Dec 16, 2017
Time: 12:30 pm - 5:30 pm

Cost: FREE

Ted Rogers School of Management Held in partnership with Ted Rogers School of Management

55 Dundas Street West,
Toronto, Ontario
M5G 2H1

Your Path to GMAT Success

Step 1

Start Here!

Write a mock GMAT with us to get a baseline score, assess your current strengths and weaknesses, and understand the journey ahead of you.

Step 2

Get a free GMAT study plan

Meet with a Quantum GMAT expert 1-on-1 to review your baseline GMAT score, learn about the various GMAT prep resources, and build a personalized study plan to get you the score you need.

Step 3

Build a Foundation for Success

Review the prerequisite knowledge expected by the GMAT with our complimentary Pre-GMAT Math and Verbal Refresher classes. This fundamental theory is the basis on which to begin successfully attacking the GMAT.

Step 4

Ace the GMAT

The GMAT is a skill to be mastered. Our 100-hr Ultimate GMAT course teaches you all of the strategies and tips you will need to successfully tackle the many challenges of the GMAT.

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More about the Official GMAT Mock Exam

Attend a free GMAT Simulated Exam hosted by the Ted Rogers School of Management at Ryerson University and proctored by an expert GMAT Instructor from Quantum Test Prep. Our Ryerson GMAT mock exams are held at a TRSM computer lab to give students the opportunity to practice the GMAT in a proctored environment without interruption. We use the official GMAT software (GMAT Prep) which mimics the look and feel of the real exam. The mock exam takes 3.5 hours and consists of 4 sections (Quantitative, Verbal, Analytical Writing and the new Integrated Reasoning section). Once the exam is over, you will receive an unofficial GMAT score. You will then have the opportunity to meet with one of the Quantum GMAT instructors for a GMAT Assessment to review your test results, help identify your individual strengths and weaknesses, as well as develop a customized GMAT study plan. By writing the practice exam in advance, you will not only be able to learn your current GMAT score level, but also understand what sections and question types on the exam you still need to focus on. Our mock exams are offered on weekends (Saturday afternoons) every 4-5 weeks. They are FREE to attend, however they do require online registration in advance.

Who Should Attend?

Everyone! In fact, we at Quantum think that a mock GMAT exam should be both the first and last thing you do. If you’ve never seen a GMAT question before, a mock exam is the perfect way to get a clear picture of what the GMAT entails and get an accurate assessment of the time and resources you’ll need to invest into getting the score you need. If you’ve been studying for the GMAT for a while, a mock exam is the best way to bring your skills together, gauge how much you have improved, and determine where to focus your studies going forward.