Cracking the system: The GMAT

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Villard Books, Sep 17, 1989 - Business & Economics - 227 pages
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In the fifth book of the phenomenal Cracking the System series, The Princeton Review tackles the Graduate Management Admission Test, which is the test for entrance into business school. Over 200,000 students take the test each year. Illustrated.

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Contents

Orientation 3
How to Think About the GMAT 7
Basic Principles 13
Advanced Principles 19
Taking the GMAT 27
HOW TO CRACK THE VERBAL GMAT 31
Sentence Correction 33
Reading Comprehension 55
GMAT Math Basic Principles 111
Joe Bloggs POE and GMAT Math 119
Arithmetic 125
Algebra 149
Geometry 169
Data Sufficiency 195
ANSWER KEY TO DRlLLS 213
Copyright

Critical Reasoning 83