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GMATCAT is a group of authors and test experts who have all scored in the 99th percentile and have written a number of different math reviews, GMAT courses, and study guides. Their direction has a more DIY approach and therefore is much less expensive than hiring tutors, taking online courses or attending courses in a classroom or university setting.


Their written GMAT courses are updated frequently, available immediately after purchase online and can be downloaded in order to be stored, viewed or printed at any time.

GMAT AWA Prep Course

Offers a detailed description of the E-rater and transitional words that this tool favors for a higher score. Sample answers are given along with suggestions on how to respond to the Issues and Arguments question.

GMAT Math Review

Gives basic math concepts along with comprehensive reviews of algebra, arithmetic, and geometry. Covers strategies for some of the “trick” questions presented in the Data Deficiency section.

GMAT Verbal Study Guide

How to guide for understanding, evaluating and manipulating logical arguments in order to articulate the argument into your own words. Includes a summary of grammatical errors and how to develop a stronger sense of the conventional sense of the English language to better conquer the verbal section.

GMAT CAT also offers access to free web resources such as “Tips: Advice for Taking the GMAT”.

GMAT CAT Cost and Contact Info

Costs for specific courses are as follows: the GMAT AWA Prep Course costs $9. The GMAT Math Review is $15. The GMAT Verbal Study Guide is $12. You can save $9 by purchasing the Comprehensive GMAT Prep Courses, which includes all three prep courses for $27.

You can reach GMATCAT by using an email form found on their contact page or by sending them an email directly to webmaster@gmatcat.com.

Reviews Statistic

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11 reviews for GMAT Cat Overview

  1. 4 out of 5


    Solid tool designed to help PERSPECTIVE students self learn the material needed to succeed on the GMAT required for most MBA programs.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: mike cottrell college of business - UNIVERSITY of North Georgia
  2. 4 out of 5


    The gmat test prep was very helpful for me. the test prep was designed to look exactly like the gmat would on test day. the questions and categories were detailed and the time frame also helped me prepare for test day. i also like that i was able to take many questions at one time and then see the answers at the end and receive a score. this helped me to see how i would perform on the gmat and also see what categories and areas i needed to work on more. i a very thankful for the gmat test prep seeing that it was very insightful.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Walden university/2018
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: It is definitely a good idea to study and study in advance. Last minute studying is not as helpful and does not allow you to retain information. Preparing for the test will allow you to see your strengths and weaknesses and focus on the needed areas. Preparation is key, do not wait until the last minute. be prepared!
  3. 3 out of 5


    Very helpful but like all courses teaches to a standardized test and not concepts

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: University of Michigan AA Ross
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Be prepared to be honest on your application. MBA programs are a lot of work and you have to be ready for the program itself not just a test!
  4. 5 out of 5


    Great review materials; helped me improve my score dramatically. I was able to overcome my testing fears/jitters as well. Great program. Highly recommend to anyone who has trouble with tests.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: ASU/2018
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Take a deep breath before you take the GMAT. Pretend like it isn't even real, and you'll overcome your nerves. Submit applications by really working hard on your essays.
  5. 4 out of 5


    The GMAT test prep was a great way to practice and prepare for taking the GMAT. It was a great way to refresh on some material I had previously seen, and also allowed me to learn the newer style questions that I hadn’t previously prepared for. The key is to make sure you understand the reason behind the material and that you are able to apply it to different situations. Also, set aside some time and schedule study times so you can fully benefit from the information.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: The University of Tampa / 2017
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Make sure you research the program that you are applying for the make sure it fits what you are looking for and has the types of classes you are interested in.
  6. 4 out of 5


    The service was good. They give some good tips and advice for the test but make sure to put the time into each section.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Western Washington university/ 2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Talk about what you are wanting out of it, he leadership skills you wish you gain, and why that program is right for your desired outcomes.
  7. 3 out of 5


    It’s average quality. not too good not too bad. Something you would expect. But mostly use the materials and be prepared to practice on your own. They have some good modules (like combinatorics, stats and probability) if you have to refresh. But it’s best if you already did it in college and need a reminder. Not the best source to use if you have never heard of similar disciplines.
    Do fulllength practice tests – they seemed to be the best and were very close to what you are going to face at GMAT.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: UCLA Anderson School of Management/ 2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Good essays and a consistent story as well as good knowledge of the school and what you can contribute are very important and matter more that your GMAT/Toefl score. Best thing is to reach to current student or recent alums and ask them about their experience. It will help you prove how driven and motivated you are and you can reflect it both in your essays and during the interview.
  8. 4 out of 5


    Great test prep service, as it closely replicates the actual test itself.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Booth 2017
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Plan far enough ahead so that you can make adjustments to your course in enough time to not get behind or have to push your application to the next year.
  9. 5 out of 5


    Good test practice but as mentioned before a lot of time requires. Books are useful and great resource.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: 2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Real life experience is a plus before taking the test.
  10. 5 out of 5


    This was a good inexpensive route to take to prepare for the GMAT and for people who need a refresher in areas such as certain math problems. I was able to work at my own pace and study when it was convenient for me. The test do take some time to complete, so you need to have a good day to stay dedicated when taking the test.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: Trulaske College of Business/ 2016
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Study but also get out and get real world experience. You can only learn so much from a book without applying the knowledge to real life scenarios. GMAT only determines who is good at taking a test, not how business smart that person may be.
  11. 4 out of 5


    Good test practice but requires a lot of time. I was working at the time and was very challenging to track the performance because I rarely had enough time to complete one full test.

    • MBA Program & Grad Year: ESSEC Business School 2015
    • Advice to current prospective applicants: Although GMAT is a requirement for all MBAs I don't believe that is a good reference because there might be people who scored highly but have no experience or business skills.

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