GMAT Verbal Workbook
Higher Score Guaranteed! Kaplan's GMATŪ Verbal Workbook, Second Edition comes complete with a targeted review of all the tested materials on the Verbal section of the GMATŪ, plus Kaplan's renowned test-taking strategies. This powerful combination makes Kaplan's GMATŪ Verbal Workbook the most effective way for you to score higher on what is often described as the most challenging section of the GMATŪ.
In-Depth Review of Sentence Correction, Reading Comprehension, and Critical Reasoning -- with practice drills in every chapter. Plus, a full-length GMATŪ Verbal practice section helps you put it all together.
Special Section on the AWA to help you write a high-scoring essay, including tips on writing clearly, concisely, and effectively.
Exclusive Strategies to manage time, master all the question types, and succeed on the Analytical Writing Assessment.
Extensive Review of grammar rules and common idioms to help you sharpen your reading and writing skills.
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