Kaplan Gmat 2004

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Simon & Schuster, 2003 - Study Aids - 341 pages
Nearly 200,000 M.B.A aspirants tke the GMAT annually to gain admission to business school, a growing number year after year. This year, even more students are expected to take the GMAT to make themselves more competitive in the job marketplace.
Kaplan GMAT 2004 features:
* Proven strategies to score higher on all areas of the CAT (Computer Adaptive Test)
* Hundreds of realistic practice questions
* One full-length exam with detailed explanations for every answer
* Expert advice on writing effective essays
Since 1997, when the GMAT became available exclusively on computer, Kaplan has offered innovative computer-adaptive test-taking strategies.

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Verbal Section Overview
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