Cracking the GMAT

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Random House, Jun 1, 2000 - Study Aids - 412 pages
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The Princeton Review doesn't try to teach you everything there is to know about math and English -- only the techniques you'll need to score higher on the GMAT. There's a big difference. In Cracking the GMAT, The Princeton Review will teach you how to think like the test makers. This is accomplished by teaching you how to: Eliminate answer choices that look right but are planted to fool you Solve GMAT sentence correction problems by spotting key errors in questions Ace the writing assessment section by knowing exactly what the graders are looking for Use process of elimination to solve tricky data sufficiency problems *Study the techniques and strategies in this book, and then practice them on the 155 practice questions inside. It will show you how to go online and take 4 full-length simulated GMAT exams with instant score analysis. The practice test questions are just like the ones you'll see on the actual GMAT, and every solution is fully explained. Contents include: I Orientation How to think about the GMAT Cracking the System: Basic Principles Cracking the System: Intermediate Principles Cracking the System: Advanced Principles Taking the GMAT II How to Crack the Math GMAT GMAT Math: Basic Principles The POE and GMAT Math Arithmatic Algebra Geometry Data Sufficiency III How to Crack the Verbal GMAT Sentence Correction Reading Comprehension Critical Reasoning IV How to Crack the Writing Assessment Writing Assessment V Answer Key to Drills VI The Princeton Review GMAT Pre-Diagnostic Test The GMAT Pre-Diagnostic GMAT Pre-Diagnostic Scoring Guide GMAT Pre-Diagnostic Explanations VII The Princeton Review GMAT Diagnostic Test VIII GMAT Diagnostic Test Answers and Explanations

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Contents

How to Think About the GMAT
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Basic Principles
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Intermediate Principles
21
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About the author (2000)

Geoff Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining the Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer. Martz headed the development team that designed the Review's GMAT course. He is the author of co-author of Cracking the ACT, Paying for College, Cracking the GED, and How to Survive Without Your Parent's Money.