GMAT Error Logs and Tracking Tools

Be sure to track your errors. One of the most common mistakes that GMAT test takers make when preparing for the GMAT is that they do not spend time to track their performance on practice problems/tests.  It’s absolutely critical to keep a log of your errors in order to determine your strengths and weaknesses; this will allow you to tailor your GMAT prep to ensure to focus on the specific subjects where you need the most help.

Here are two articles you should read on keeping error logs:

The Beat The GMAT Staff has developed these custom error logs to help you in your GMAT studies.

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Improvement Chart for OG 13

Improvement Chart for Official Guide, 13th Edition

Description: Custom error log built for tracking your Official Guide for GMAT Review, 13th Edition practice. Track your performance across all categories of test questions: Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency, Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, and Integrated Reasoning. Includes custom built reports to analyze your performance, as well as a comprehensive answer key.

Developed by: Brent Hanneson

Link to Download: CLICK HERE

GMAT Progress Chart

GMAT Progress Chart

Description: Simple spreadsheet to record and track your GMAT practice test scores over the course of your prep. This spreadsheet is meant to complement The 60-Day GMAT Study Guide.

Developed by: Dave Mateer

Link to Download: CLICK HERE

GMAT Error Log

Error Log for General GMAT Practice

Description: A must-download resource to supplement your regular GMAT practice problem sets. Track your answers, error type, how you felt, and notes for each question. A handy color-code system allows you to visually see how well you’ve performed in your practice.

Developed by: Dave Mateer

Link to Download: CLICK HERE

OG12 Error Log

The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition – Error Tracking Tool

Description: Custom error log built for tracking your Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition practice. Track your performance across five categories of test questions: Problem Solving, Data Sufficiency, Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction. Includes custom built reports to analyze your performance, as well as a comprehensive answer key.

Developed by: Dave Mateer and Vidyasagar Ayyappan

Link to Download: CLICK HERE