Nervous about taking the GMAT? You’re not alone. The phrase “standardized test” has been known to strike fear into the hearts of many students. The good news is that you can do something about it.
Take the test!
Using a practice test, duplicate the test center conditions. Seat yourself in front of a computer in a quiet, private area. Time yourself, just as you will be timed when you take the real GMAT. Remember, you are allowed two optional breaks– but only two.
After this simulation, you will be able to judge how prepared you really are.
Note: The administrators of the GMAT used to let you take a practice exam at an actual testing center. This practice has since been discontinued.
To get your hands on a practice test, find a good GMAT prep book or sign up for a GMAT prep course. You can also find free or low-priced GMAT practice tests online on Wisdom Mart.