Kaplan GMAT 2004 with CD-ROM
Simon & Schuster, 2003 - Study Aids - 352 pages
You will score higher. We guarantee it.
Kaplan's "GMAT(R) 2004 with CD-ROM" comes complete with a comprehensive review of all the material on the exam, plus Kaplan's proven test-taking strategies to help maximize your score. This powerful combination is a highly effective way for you to score higher on the GMAT(R) and make yourself competitive for business school admissions.
Succeed on the Analytical Writing Assessment with Kaplan's expert strategies on approaching the computerized essay grader.
Prepare with quizzes for Problem Solving, Critical Reasoning, Data Sufficiency, Reading Comprehension, Sentence Correction, and a new, expanded GMAT(R) Math Reference section.
Practice with 5 full-length practice tests, including 4 computer-adaptive ones -- all with complete explanations for every answer.
Score Higher with effective strategies for managing time, succeeding on every question type, dealing with stress, and more.
Plus Special CD-ROM Features Include: 4 computer-adaptive practice GMAT exams Personalized analysis of your test performance Over 200 grammar and math flashcards 9 verbal practice tests 9 math practice tests 15 math review lessons
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Introduction to the GMAT
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