GMAT Prep Course
Comprehensive, Rigorous Prep for the GMAT Every year students pay as much as $1,000 to test prep companies to prepare for the GMAT . Now you can get the same preparation in a book. GMAT Prep Course provides the equivalent of a 2-month, 50-hour course. Although the GMAT is a difficult test, it is a very learnable test. GMAT Prep Course presents a thorough analysis of the GMAT and introduces numerous analytic techniques that will help you immensely, not only on the GMAT but in business school as well.Includes a Comprehensive Free Online Course! Features: * Math: Twenty-two chapters provide comprehensive review of GMAT math.* Logical Reasoning: Discover the underlying simplicity of these problems and learn the tactics the GMAT writers use to obfuscate the answers. * Reading Comprehension: Develop the ability to spot places from which questions are likely to be drawn as you read a passage (pivotal words, counter-premises, etc.).* Sentence Correction: Comprehensive review of GMAT grammar.* Writing Assessment: Learn how to get top scores on your Analysis of Issue and Analysis of Argument essays.* Mentor Exercises: These exercises provide hints, insight, and partial solutions to ease your transition from seeing GMAT problems solved to solving them on your own.Also includes GMAT test prep software.Software features: Mentor Mode: In Mentor Mode, you are immediately told whether you answered a problem correctly, and you can immediately view a detailed solution of the problem.Test Mode: In Test Mode, you can take a GMAT test timed and scored by the program.
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