Cracking the GMAT

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Random House, 2009 - Study Aids - 596 pages
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Thousands of business school applicants study for and take the GMAT annually.  The experts at The Princeton Review provide an essential tool for success on this crucial exam withCracking the GMAT.  The test prep guide offers proven, detailed guidance and advice for the math, verbal and essay sections of the test, and this new edition for 2010 includes over 200 practice questions and exclusive free access to practice exams and further review online.  As with all of The Princeton Review’s study guides, you’ll get insider test-prep techniques to help you master the exam.InCracking the GMAT, we’ll teach you how to think like the test writers and

·Solve complex sentence correction problems by recognizing key errors
·Crack tough data sufficiency questions using simple techniques
·Practice online with full-length tests, lessons, and drills
·Get the most out of your prep time with the study plan that’s right for you

In the guide, you’ll find plenty of practice GMAT problems to help you master our proven techniques. Our practice questions are just like those you’ll see on the real GMAT
 

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This book is loaded with over 1,400 official GMAT questions that actually appeared on past GMAT's, about 400 more than the 9th edition. Almost all of the questions that are in the 9th edition are also in this edition, but a few have been taken out.
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Contents

Orientation
2
Advanced Principles
30
Taking the GMAT
41
How to Crack the Math GMAT
49
Basic Principles
57
POE and GMAT Math
67
Basic Principles
82
Algebra
130
Reading Comprehension
267
I7 Critical Reasoning
293
How to Crack the Analytical Writing Assessment
327
AnalyticalwritingAssessment
359
The Princeton Review GMAT
365
GMAT WarmUp Test Scoring Guide
381
The Princeton Review GMAT Practice Test
411
and Explanations
464

Applied Arithmetic
143
I3 Geometry
164
I4 Advanced Data Sufficiency
188
How to Crack the Verbal GMAT
231
63
492
73
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About the author (2009)

Martz attended Dartmouth College and Columbia University before joining The Princeton Review in 1985 as a teacher and writer.

Robinson graduated from the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania before earning a law degree at Oxford University in England. He, a rated chess master, devised and perfected the now famous "Joe Bloggs" approach to beating standardized tests.