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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.

Reserve Your Spot

Date: Sat Jun 23, 2018
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
Canada

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

Quantum Test Prep has partnered with Ryerson University to give students a GMAT exam day experience. Join us in a Ted Rogers School of Management computer lab and write a simulated GMAT exam proctored by a Quantum GMAT expert.

To give students the most accurate simulation of the real thing, our Ryerson mock exam uses the official GMATPrep® software, developed and distributed by the makers of the real GMAT. The software mimics the look and feel of the real exam with the same colour scheme, screen layout, and keyboard functionality you can expect come exam day.

The GMAT mock exam takes about 3½ – 4 hours as it contains full-length versions of all four sections of the GMAT: Analytical Writing, Integrated Reasoning, Quantitative, and Verbal. Like the GMAT, the Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GMATPrep® software are adaptive, so you will get a first-hand feel for the challenge you will face.

At the end of the mock exam, you will receive an unofficial GMAT score – the best estimate of your current GMAT ability. If you are looking for further guidance, our Quantum GMAT expert on site will be happy to sit down with you to go over your test results, help analyze your strengths or weaknesses, and put together a customized study plan.

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.