# McGraw-Hills Conquering the GMAT Math and Integrated Reasoning, 2nd Edition (Google eBook)

McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 16, 2011 - Study Aids - 368 pages

Triumph over tough equations, rise above reasoning problems, and get top scores on the GMAT!

If you're struggling with GMAT math or anxious about the exam's new Integrated Reasoning section, you can rest easy--the revised and updated edition of McGraw-Hill's Conquering GMAT Math and Integrated Reasoning is here. Written by expert instructors, this book offers intensive review for every type of math and integrated reasoning problem on the GMAT. Within each topic, solved problems of gradually increasing difficulty help you build your problem-solving skills.

McGraw-Hill's Conquering GMAT Math and Integrated Reasoning includes:

• 2 full length GMAT Math practice tests
• 2 full-length GMAT Integrated Reasoning practice tests
• 200 additional GMAT Math practice problems
• Tips, strategies, and practice problems for the Integrated Reasoning section
• Intensive drill and practice for test-takers whose math skills are rusty or weak
• Full-length practice test sections just like the ones on the actual GMAT

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Im not sure anyone should buy this book. I've found quite a few errors and now I'm not really sure if all the answers they say are the answers are actually the answers (if that makes any sense). The very first Integrated Reasoning question has two errors (its not very comforting considering the only reason I bought this book was for the Integrated Reasoning section)The last chart is missing two VITAL rows that you need to answer the first part of the question, and the second part of the question is worded differently when it shows you the solution. They change the way the statement is worded which changes the answer! COME ON PEOPLE!!! I dont even think I can continue to trust this book. Dear McGraw-Hill, youre supposed to be helping me, not the other way around. Also, this book does a terrible job of explaining the answers. Sometimes it doesnt even tell you how to solve the problem, it just tells you to use the answers to solve the problem (which can be very time consuming if you happen to try every answer except the right one), instead of solving the problem to get an answer. I recommend The Princeton Reviews Cracking the GMAT 2012 if you want an awesome math/verbal study guide. However, it doesnt have the new Integrated Reasoning section. But overall, this book has left a bad taste in my mouth. ...

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