GMAT predicts how suitable a candidate is for a business school program, whereas the GRE does the same for graduate study programs. Both tests have been created for native English speakers, which means foreigners are at an immediate disadvantage, especially in the verbal sections. This is particularly true of the GRE.
The GMAT has for some time been the established test for getting into business schools. It measures verbal, mathematical and analytical skills that the candidate has developed in education and at work. It does not measure specific knowledge of business, job skills, or subjective qualities such as motivation, creativity, and interpersonal skills. Even if a test taker’s first language is not English, he or she may still perform well on the exam.
You can make use of the following Sample GRE and GMAT Question Paper For Practicing English