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GMAT Quantitative Review by Graduate Management Admission Council
GMAT Quantitative Review by Graduate Management Admission Council
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just bare questions, 28 Oct 2012
Loads of questions to sink your teeth in. Best part is the crash course in maths it gives you at the beginning. Very boring, but necessary and essential to succeeding: you'd be surprised at how much you've forgotten
GMAT Verbal Review by Graduate Management Admission Council
GMAT Verbal Review by Graduate Management Admission Council
Personally I find the verbal reasoning to be the hardest part on the GMAT. This book is ideal, as the best way to conquer the Verbal part is simply by seeing and doing as many questions as you can, and actually thinking about the quickest way of answering them. Once you do this book, you've pretty much seen it all, and thought of it all before, so come exam time, there shouldn't be any nasty surprises
The Official Guide for GMAT Review by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)
The Official Guide for GMAT Review by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
The book is very comprehensive, starting from the basics and giving a crash course in mathematics. If you get bored of doing questions on your computer then this book is perfect: I personally hate starting at a PC screen the whole day. However you do need to remember that the GMAT itself is taken on a computer... Official book, and filled with official questions, and loads of them.