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GMAT Free Resources

With so many books, products, and classes available, GMAT prep can easily become quite expensive. However, we're happy to offer a number of free resources to our students.

Free GMAT Blog

Our most comprehensive free resource is likely our GMAT blog. The blog includes helpful information about the GMAT like important test dates, tips for applying to business school, practice questions for each GMAT topic, and hundreds of other posts!

Free GMAT eBooks

If you haven't seen our eBooks before, the best place to start is Magoosh’s Complete Guide to the GMAT.

This eBook reviews the structure of the GMAT and then covers each section individually, providing strategies and insight along the way. Whether you are just beginning your studies or have already taken the test, this is a great one-stop resource for all your basic GMAT needs.

Once you’re comfortable with the basics of the GMAT, check out our other two eBooks for specific insight into Integrated Reasoning and Idioms:

Free GMAT Flashcards

Our GMAT experts have created math and idiom flashcards so you can study anytime, anywhere. Mobile versions are available on Google Play and the iTunes App Store. You can find desktop versions by clicking the "Start Studying Online" button in the links below:

  • Math Flashcards: These include all of the math topics and formulas covered on the GMAT and offer practice questions to make sure you understand the material.
  • Idiom Flashcards: These cover basic and advanced English idioms so that you can practice regardless of your level of expertise.

Free GMAT Newsletter

To have GMAT tips and tricks delivered straight to your inbox, sign up for Magoosh’s GMAT Newsletter.

Free Youtube Videos

Every Tuesday, our GMAT expert Kevin posts a "GMAT Tuesday" video. Each video covers a different GMAT topic, from score report essentials to spotting parallelism in Sentence Correction questions. Check out GMAT Tuesdays and more videos on our YouTube channel.

Free O.G. Explanations

If you happen to own the Official Guide (O.G.) to the GMAT, then you'll definitely want to check out our free video explanations for the questions within it. Our GMAT experts create each explanation to help you understand GMAT concepts and avoid common mistakes.

 

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