Introduction
• 2000 + GMAT Practice Questions with solutions
• 5 Full Length GMAT CATs
• Complete support for all the solutions
• Collaborative study sessions to practice with your peers
What I can do with Grockit
1. Use Custom Quizzes for Practice

An effective study plan should be tailored to one's own needs. With Grockit's huge database of questions categorized to a fine granularity level, you can practice your skills in both GMAT quantitative and GMAT verbal sections. You can create custom quizzes by selecting the concepts and the difficulty level of questions, allowing for targeted practice.

The image below provides an example of how you can select specific concepts in GMAT Sentence Correction section.
2. Assess your Progress Using Rich Analytics

In addition to providing a large question bank, Grockit provides unmatched analytics to track your improvement across all concepts tested in GMAT and adjust your study plans accordingly.

The image below provides an example of the granularity with which you can track your strengths and weakness.

Grockit offers a very unique platform on which you can practice with your fellow GMAT aspirants, allowing you to reinforce your knowledge and theirs.

The image below provides an example of how three people who do not even know each other are practicing GMAT Sentence Correction and are resolving one another's doubts.
How can I use Grockit with e-GMAT?
There are 4 ways in which you can integrate Grockit with e-GMAT SC and CR courses
1. Practice the Concepts and the Process.
After each application file in e-GMAT Sentence Correction and e-GMAT Critical Reasoning courses, we recommend that you attempt the prescribed OG12 questions. In addition to the official questions, you can utilize Grockit's customized quizzes for additional practice.

2. Identify areas of improvement.
After you have completed the e-GMAT course, you can practice your skills at Grockit in two ways:
• Create customized quizzes
• Attempt the "Verbal Challenge". This will give you a pre-selected set of 10 questions from all 3 sections in verbal.

The idea here is to evaluate your skills over a course of time. As you practice with Grockit, your performance is maintained in the area called "Skill Data". As you practice and improve, your "skill data" is updated, and this chart tells you which areas you need to revise. For example, if SC Verb form shows 53% accuracy rate for a data set of 100 questions, then it clearly indicates that you need to hone your skills in this area. With this knowledge, you then come back to e-GMAT course and revise verb-related concepts and application files.