Crash Course for the GMAT
10 Simple Steps to a Higher Score–in Less Than 1 Week!
If the big test is staring you right in the face and you feel doomed, then here’s your last-minute reprieve: a GMAT book designed exclusively for the student who’s running out of time.
We may not be able to turn you into a genius overnight, but we can give you the essential tools and rules you’ll need to get a good score. Practice the ten steps in this book, and you’ll have The Princeton Review advantage. Here’s what you get:
• Strategies you positively must know to ace the exam
• Dozens of practice questions that will help you master our techniques
• Detailed answer explanations that will help you avoid making
the same mistakes twice
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