To celebrate the release of the latest update, we’re showcasing a few of our favorite new features.
The new version of our Prep4GMAT app will allow you to take 75-minute tests with 41 verbal questions or 37 quant questions. If those numbers sound familiar, it’s because that’s the exact length of a section on the real GMAT exam.
The test feature uses questions from practice sets, as well as a number of test-specific questions. With over 1000 questions to choose from, you have over 30 hours of practice test questions.
We’ve included a preview of the new test screen, and you might notice that the app gives you the option of taking a verbal-specific test or quant-specific test.
We’re always trying to make it easier for students to create their own individualized prep experience, and we know that many students prefer to focus on either Verbal or Quant. With this in mind, we’ve made it possible for students to test themselves on one subject or the other.
Most people who take the GMAT are extremely busy, and we’ve designed the test feature to be used anywhere, from a long commute to a transcontinental flight. But the new feature makes it easier for test-takers to integrate the app into their study process, and better simulates the experience of taking the actual GMAT.
If you don’t already have the app, you can download it at the link below. If you’re one of the many test-takers who is already using the app, make sure you download the new version. Either way, don’t forget to tell us what you think in the iTunes store!