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Scoring high on the GMAT requires honing your expertise in three main areas:

  1. The educational content for each section of the GMAT
  2. Proper procedures and test-taking strategies and tricks
  3. Time management and application

Mastering the GMAT is a bit like learning to play golf. In golf, you first need to learn the rules of the game, the different types of clubs and what they’re used for, and the parts of a golf swing. That’s like learning the actual content of the GMAT, which can be learned in these Dominate the GMAT instructional videos.

Then you need to learn course management, how to play different shots in different situations, and shortcuts for getting your ball in the hole as quickly and efficiently as possible. On the GMAT, those are the test-taking strategies, best-practices, and “tricks” that are taught and emphasized throughout your Dominate the GMAT course.

GMAT Online Practice Test

At the end of the day, however, you need to take your book knowledge and convert it to practical experience. In golf, that means taking your game to the driving range and ultimately the actual golf course. To prepare yourself for the GMAT, that means working lots of practice problems and ultimately taking a timed, GMAT online practice test.

GMAT practice exams are similar to playing a round of golf with your coworkers. It may not be a tournament but you can feel the pressure to perform well and gain a better feeling for how a competitive golf game might be. Sweat a little! Try out our GMAT online practice test by clicking here.

So, are you ready to take your game to the next level? Check out the links to the right and augment your study with whichever practice tools will best fit your needs.