Directions and Guidelines for use – Allocate 40 Minutes 
What follows are 20 GMAT Problem Solving questions. It is important that you attempt to solve each question within a 40 minute time period. Once you have solved each question select the best of the 5 answer choices. As you know you will be under severe time constraints when you take the actual test. Go to a quiet place where you can concentrate. It is also important that you are not overly tired when you begin. How To Evaluate Your Results  This test is a tool to help you evaluate where you are starting from. If you answer 10 or more questions correctly, you are probably a good candidate for the “GMAT 800 Module”. If you answer fewer than 10 questions correctly, but have a strong math background and feel that you would have performed much better if you had been exposed to a strong math review before this test, you may still benefit from the “GMAT 800 Module”. (Of course you would need review your basic math skills prior to the course). Test taking is in large part emotional  Whatever your score, it is important that you do not allow yourself to become discouraged. GMAT Problem Solving is very susceptible to improvement. The most you can say is that your performance is a measure of your GMAT Problem Solving Skills at a certain point in time. PreCourse Math Review  Most GMAT questions do not assume a level of math that goes beyond that which is commonly taught in high school. We do offer a PreCourse Math Review. It is designed for people who do not have strong math backgrounds or for people who have been away from math for many years. For further information click here: http://www.prep.com/business/gmatgremathpreparation.html 

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