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Master The GMAT 2010: CD-ROM Inside; Boost YOur Business School Application with a Great GMAT Score

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Students know and trust Peterson's for complete prep for the GMAT, including tips on essay writing and a thorough analysis of the types of verbal and quantitative questions they can expect on the exam. This no-nonsense guide to the GMAT includes essay-writing analysis and 6 complete practice tests, with a CD-ROM including access to 3 additional full-length GMAT practice te ...more
Paperback, 720 pages
Published March 16th 2009 by Peterson's (first published April 14th 2008)
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Jennifer Tse
Oct 21, 2009 rated it it was amazing
The best book I read so far to study for the GMAT! It have a section detailing what you need to do to get a good grade and many answers to the questions you have about the format and other logistics. I really like how they include details of what you need to do for each part of the test and the tips/formulas/strategies/etc you need to know to do well on the test. Another plus is the book is made out of 60% certified fiber sourcing and 40% post-consumer recycled paper! I borrowed this book from m ...more
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I just needed a basic review and practice tests to help me prepare for the GMAT and this did it for me. Anybody remember the formula for evaluating time to do work separately or if we do the same work together? I actually really needed the verbal help, and this book helped identify that premise + assumption = conclusion. You must identify the assumption in order to refute or support a conclusion. I'm ready!
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