GMATPrep -- New, Improved and Still Free

Test Prep Software Available on Includes Integrated Reasoning Questions, Resources to Help Prepare, Practice and Improve

RESTON, VA--(Marketwire - May 3, 2012) - GMATPrep®, available for free on, is new and improved with 90 actual GMAT questions from previous exams, including two full-length practice exams and tools to create your own practice set. GMATPrep also includes practice questions for the new Integrated Reasoning section, which will be part of the GMAT exam beginning on June 5.

GMATPrep®, available on both MAC and PC, prepares you for the GMAT exam by helping you learn about the test and the skills you'll need as well as providing tips to create a study plan and strategy. The software suggests a three pronged strategy to address your study for the GMAT exam -- Prepare, Practice and Improve. It lets you bookmark questions, review and try incorrect questions again and provides a performance summary to help you monitor your progress. The summary shows key metrics such as how you did on each question type and how you managed your time.

In addition to the 90 practice questions, a new feature allows you to extend the value of the software by purchasing additional content through

To get GMATPrep® at no charge, register on

"Redesigning GMATPrep® to include Integrated Reasoning questions gave us the opportunity to rethink the software and add features that make this free tool a great way to start to prepare to take the GMAT," said Andy Martelli, vice president of product development at GMAC. "More than just practice questions, GMATPrep® can help you create a strategy to do your best on the exam."

About GMAC and the GMAT exam

The Graduate Management Admission Council® ( is a nonprofit education organization of leading graduate business schools and owner of the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT® exam), used by almost 5,400 graduate business and management programs worldwide. GMAC is based in Reston, Virginia, and has regional offices in London, New Delhi and Hong Kong. The GMAT exam -- the only standardized test designed expressly for graduate business and management programs worldwide -- is continuously available at nearly 600 test centers in over 110 countries. More information about the GMAT exam is available at