Learnhub.com Introduces Free SAT and GMAT Question Banks

Last time I covered Learnhub.com, when it was launched in March, this year. They have Learnhub GMATcreated the community model around the activity of learning. They had some partnership with Educomp then. I noticed a lot of people forming communities around different subjects and asking questions. I somehow felt this model could work online, given there are enough number of people taking active interest in replying to the queries posted by the ‘students’.


Just received a tip that Learnhub.com has launched the SAT and GMAT question banks. It is claimed that these are the “largest” SAT and GMAT question banks in the world. Along with this, Learnhub also provides the students with the information about the American Universities and academic recruiters.


Well, if they can provide reliable and quality material for the tests, I am sure there will be students flocking to Learnhub.com (which, presently, boats of 1500 members). I see a great potential in education services. Specially in India, where, the middle class takes education very seriously, the offerings by Learnhub can be a crucial add on to the students preparing for SAT and GMAT scores.


Thanks to John Philip Green, Co-founder and CTO, Learnhub.com, for the tip

Learnhub GMAT


5 Responses to “Learnhub.com Introduces Free SAT and GMAT Question Banks”

  1. Ameya Pimpalgaonkar
    July 8, 2008 at 2:57 pm #

    Hey thanks for sharing the information. Can u plz tell me if they have CAT repository also as like they have for GMAT??


  2. Malgosia Green
    July 8, 2008 at 6:56 pm #

    Thanks for the great post Ankit. I just wanted to mention that LearnHub is past 5500 members at this time. There are 1500 members in the SAT and GMAT communities alone.

    We’re looking to focus our attention to building out our next set of learning communities for students. Any good ideas?

  3. Maneesh
    July 9, 2008 at 10:08 am #

    Good to know initiatives like learnhub is getting an active response.. and thanks for commenting Malgosia… :)

    If you are looking at learning communities like SAT and GMAT .. then Ameya above is an excellent example.. CAT for MBA admissions in India is a mighty community that can be addressed..

  4. Avinash
    September 22, 2008 at 4:04 pm #

    LearnHub.com has a growing CAT Prep community! Apart from lessons spanning the course, there are a number of tests too. Also, there are discussions and debates on problem solving approaches.
    To check it out, click here

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    Shital Pagare
    March 17, 2014 at 10:24 am #

    It is Great Blog and very helpful.
    CAT (Common Admission Test) is the premier all India management entrance exam conducted by IIMs. Candidates must secure a minimum mark in each section to qualify for that section and eventually for the CAT. If you found any details about the CAT entrance exam.

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