## Test your basic knowledge |

# GMAT Crash Course: All In One

**Instructions:**

- Answer 50 questions in 15 minutes.
- If you are not ready to take this test, you can study here.
- Match each statement with the correct term.
- Don't refresh. All questions and answers are randomly picked and ordered every time you load a test.

This is a study tool. The 3 wrong answers for each question are randomly chosen from answers to other questions. So, you might find at times the answers obvious, but you will see it re-enforces your understanding as you take the test each time.

**1. Sheep herding requires a shepherd to stay with his flock at all times.**

**2. Just as I have found my cell phone indispensable - so you will too**

**3. Digit**

**4. Extreme**

**5. Order of operations**

**6. Cross Multiplication**

**7. A # is divisible by 2 if**

**8. Any number to the 1 power is**

**9. Remainder**

**10. Coefficient**

**11. Difference**

**12. Please try to chew with your month closed at the awards dinner tonight.**

**13. You are not only clever but you are also charming**

**14. A # is divisble by 4 if**

**15. If you contrast one politician's ethics with another's - you will find no difference**

**16. Prime numbers**

**17. Past perfect**

**18. A # is divisble by 7 if**

**19. noun - Not surprisingly - Robert De Niro is a native of New York City**

**20. Basic approach to data sufficiency**

**21. Decimals**

**22. My dad says I can no longer associate with you**

**23. Much - amount - less**

**24. Whole number**

**25. Simple Past**

**26. Percent change**

**27. Adding and subtracting exponents**

**28. Multiplying and dividing fractions**

**29. The sideshow barker estimated Henry to be a fool.**

**30. Divisible**

**31. Many theories in contemporary psychology are attributed to Freud.**

**32. Positive/negative numbers**

**33. Multiplying and dividing exponents**

**34. Although she looks much older - Faye Dunaway is the same age as my mother's.**

**35. That weightlifter has more muscle in his head than he has brains.**

**36. Assumption**

**37. I will eat neither tomatoes nor Brussels sprouts; they smell funny**

**38. Out of scope**

**39. Some Republicans define welfare abuse as the primary evil in America.**

**40. Both of the programs were highly regarded. All of the schools offer financial assistance. I sused when you wanto to emphasize that items are together or similar.**

**41. Adding/subtractin fractions**

**42. Present perfect**

**43. I no longer believe the tooth fairy to be real**

**44. He has an ability to turn around a failing business**

**45. He does not bathe every day - as I do. IS used to compare noun/ verb combinations.**

**46. Pronouns**

**47. A # is divisble by 6 if**

**48. Give a child as much love as you can. No human can read that amount of material in an hour.**

**49. Zero**

**50. The lawnmower that you came to fix is in the garge. This is required information**