All Official Questions

All unique questions from Official Guides (till OG 2022), Verbal and Quantitative reviews (till VR and QR 2022), paper tests and GMAT Advanced in one place.

Yes, these links contain all official questions released in various Official Guides and review books all the way till OG 2022!

Fact 1: For anyone preparing for the GMAT, there is no better source to practice than the official GMAT questions in the Official Guides, the Quantitative and Verbal Review books and other official sources.

Fact 2: There is a significant overlap between questions from one edition of these books to the next. In fact, a significant percentage of the questions continue to appear in multiple editions of a book year after year.

This makes it extremely cumbersome for test takers to find all unique questions to practice. While it would be extremely valuable, the amount of time and effort required discourages most.

Fact 3: GMATClub has all the official GMAT questions listed in its GMAT question bank – with permission from GMAC. 

So, I decided to compile these officials questions together in a usable format for all GMAT-takers to use.

Please note: These tables do not include GMATPrep questions. GMATPrep includes questions that appear in the official practice tests. To get a fair evaluation from those tests, I recommend that you go through those questions only after taking those tests.

So, here they are: all unique GMAT official questions – broken down by question type, difficulty, nuance and topic. Each link will take you to a list of questions on the GMATClub site.


To make the best use of these questions, I recommend that you 

1. Create an account on GMATClub
2. Remain logged in while answering questions
3. Select your answer for each question that you attempt

This way you’ll have a track record of your progress, and you’d know which questions you have already attempted.

All Official Critical Reasoning Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Easiest Assumption Critical Reasoning questions. Simply go to the Critical Reasoning table, click on ‘E1’ in the Assumption row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest CR Assumption official questions the GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Assumption questions, click on the Assumption link in the first column – you’d get a list of all CR Assumption questions – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest CR questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all CR questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Reading Comprehension Questions

Say you’d like to practice all Easy Short passage Reading Comprehension questions. Simply go to the Reading Comprehension table, click on ‘Easy’ in the short passage row. You’ll get a list of all easy short passage RC official questions the GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all short passage questions, click on the short passage link in the first column – you’d get a list of all RC short passage questions – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all easy RC questions, click on ALL RC Easy. 

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all RC questions combined, click on All Reading Comprehension.

That’s it.

All Official Problem Solving Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Easiest Algebra Problem Solving questions. Simply go to the  Problem Solving table, click on ‘E1’ in the Algebra row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Algebra Problem Solving official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Algebra Problem Solving questions, click on the Algebra link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Algebra Problem Solving questions – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Problem Solving questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Problem Solving questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Data Sufficiency Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Easiest Algebra Data Sufficiency questions. Simply go to the  Data Sufficiency table, click on ‘E1’ in the Algebra row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Algebra Data Sufficiency official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Algebra Data Sufficiency questions, click on the Algebra link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Algebra Data Sufficiency questions – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Data Sufficiency questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Data Sufficiency questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Table Analysis Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Math-Related Table Analysis questions. Simply go to the Table Analysis table, click on ‘E1’ in the Math-Related row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Math-Related Table Analysis official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Math-Related Table Analysis questions, click on the Math-Related link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Math-Related Table Analysis – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Table Analysis questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Table Analysis questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Graphics Interpretation Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Math-Related Graphics Interpretation questions. Simply go to the Graphics Interpretation table, click on ‘E1’ in the Math-Related row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Math-Related Graphics Interpretation official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Math-Related Graphics Interpretation questions, click on the Math-Related link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Math-Related Graphics Interpretation – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Graphics Interpretation questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Graphics Interpretation questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Multi-Source Reasoning Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Math-Related Multi-Source Reasoning questions. Simply go to the Multi-Source Reasoning table, click on ‘E1’ in the Math-Related row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Math-Related Multi-Source Reasoning official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Math-Related Multi-Source Reasoning questions, click on the Math-Related link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Math-Related Multi-Source Reasoning – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Multi-Source Reasoning questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Multi-Source Reasoning questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

All Official Two-Part Analysis Questions

The table has questions divided across various topics and 7 difficulty levels ranging from Easy 1(easiest) to Hard 3 ( hardest).

Say you’d like to practice all Math-Related Two-Part Analysis questions. Simply go to the Two-Part Analysis table, click on ‘E1’ in the Math-Related row. 

You’ll get a list of all easiest Math-Related Two-Part Analysis official questions that GMAC has released over the years.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Math-Related Two-Part Analysis questions, click on the Math-Related link in the first column – you’d get a list of all Math-Related Two-Part Analysis – easy, medium and hard.

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all the easiest Two-Part Analysis questions, click on E1 in the bottom ” All questions row”

If you’d like to practice a mixed bag of all Two-Part Analysis questions combined, click on All questions in the bottom.

That’s it.

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  • BoPro says:

    Hi, thanks for compiling all the lists. Two quick questions: 1) Do those lists exclude any other source except the GMAT prep questions? The reason for asking is that when I click for example on problem solving FDP E1 I see around 15 questions and when I filter on the GMATclub FDP sub 505 from all official sources (except gmat prep and gmat prep focus) I see around 60 questions. Is the reason that some questions on the gmatclub fall under >1 category (e.g., Arithmetic and word problems etc.). 2) Do you have any recommendations for approaching DS questions now that they are integrated in data insights? From what I’ve read the DS questions now will involve only real life scenarios? My question is basically whether it’s worth putting equal emphasis on PS and DS questions as it was required before?

  • Surbhi says:

    Hey there!
    I have practiced almost all questions from OG for the verbal section and I am performing quite well. However, I bought some mock tests for the Verbal section from some coaching institute and I am getting many answers wrong on them. My question is, should I stick to OG question only or more practice/ learning is needed from other sources?

  • Vecham Sriram says:

    Can you please add sentence correction questions as well. Please.

  • Sistey says:

    I see that many of the questions from the lists have sources tag “Source: GMAT Paper Test”. Could you please explain the difference between GMAT paper tests and GMATPrep questions? Thanks.

    • Anish Passi says:

      GMATPrep tag contains questions that appear in the 6 official GMAT practice tests.

      I’m not sure of the origin of the ‘GMAT paper test’ tag.

  • Sana Nasir says:

    Thank you so much Anish!

  • Sanju says:

    this is amazing and love using it but is this legal haha 😀

    • Anish Passi says:

      The links on this page go to GMAT Club. The official questions on GMAT Club are added legally.
      So yes, this is legal.

  • somya_sriv16 says:

    Thanks a lot Anish for this wonderful link! Also, can you please confirm if official quant and verbal review questions are also included in this?

  • Duong says:

    Hi Anish, could you update questions from Official Guides 2022? They will be useful for current test takers.

  • Praka says:

    not able to find cr table

  • Duong says:

    awesome, thank you indeed 🙂

  • Swaraj Dharia says:

    Thank you for this exhaustive list of questions!

    Wanted to bring to your attention that Hard PS questions under Divisibility/Multiples/Factors and redirecting to Hard PS questions for Distance/Rate.

  • shivangi rathore says:

    THANKS for the grail.

  • Praka says:

    Finding this is the best thing that happened to me, utmost grateful to you.

  • Shalini says:

    This is beautiful! Thanks, Anish.

  • Ayushi Sharma says:

    I want to take a demo class

  • Hrithik says:

    Hi Anish
    Hope you are doing well.
    Thank you so much for such a great source for practicing OG questions. I just wanted to bring to your kind notice that clicking on the link of RC questions takes me to the PS questions. Kindly have a look at this issue.
    Thank you once again.

  • Srinivas says:

    Wow !! This page is a goldmine. Appreciate your efforts.

  • Dhiraj Singh says:

    Hello Anish Sir,
    I want to start my preparations for GMAT but able to zero down from where to start.
    Need your guidance.
    How can I connect with you?
    Regards,
    Dhiraj Singh

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