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GMAT Crash Course: All In One

Subject : gmat
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. Pronouns






2. Order of operations






3. Decimals






4. Parallel Construction






5. Dividend






6. Integer






7. That desk is where I spend countless hours working at my thankless job.






8. Benjamin Franklin is credited with the invention of the U.S Postal system.






9. Any positive number greater than 1 - raised to the power greater than 1






10. She thinks of me as just a friend






11. 'ER' is superior television show to 'Survivor'






12. Past perfect






13. I can physically prohibit you from interrupting me again.






14. Multiplying and dividing exponents






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






16. The 4 Step Approach






17. The sideshow barker estimated Henry to be a fool.






18. Any number to the 1 power is






19. A # is divisble by 9 if






20. I'll take either a BMW or a Lexus; I'm not particular






21. The talk show host agitated the guests to the point that they were throwing chairs at each other.






22. When






23. Consecutive






24. Positive/negative numbers






25. Present perfect






26. She worried about where they would hide the loot.






27. Cross Multiplication






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






29. My father sees a large investment portfolio as a sign of success






30. A # is divisible by 3 if






31. You are not only clever but you are also charming






32. Extreme






33. more - -er - between






34. Who left the door open?-subject - He left the door open






35. You should use a singular verb.... The number of excuses grows every time he tells the story.






36. Verb Tense






37. I'll go out with you when the clock strikes thirteen - and not a moment






38. Use the






39. Okra is a native to Africa : Adjective






40. Any number to the 0 power is






41. Many of the top designers - such as Ralph Lauren and Donna Karan - have less expensive lines as well. Is used to mean for example






42. I look back fondly on the 1983 County Fair - at which I won the prize for biggest watermelon.






43. Use a plural verb - something is multitude....A number of survivors of the plane crash swam to shore






44. Many - Number - Fewer






45. Out of scope






46. Remainder






47. A # is divisble by 7 if






48. I am responsible for feeding the parakeet.






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






50. Any negative number raised to an even power becomes