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GMAT Books

 

Every GMAT test taker dreams of a great score and that is quite attainable by means of thorough and consistent preparation. In case of most computer-based tests, the test-taker is advised to practice on simulated mock tests which will not only have the relevant questions but also give an actual feel of the test. However, there is a slight difference when it comes to a GMAT test taker.

 

The GMAT test taker can warm up on the question types by using the printed test-prep materials, reference books and guides. It is important to get a hang of the question types as there are different types of questions at different levels of difficulty, which are quite unfamiliar to several test takers. When you know the questions types as well as answering strategies, you can confidently take on the simulative practice tests on the computer.

 

We, at Manya-The Princeton Review understand the test-prep requirement for a GMAT test taker and hence provide all-inclusive support. With our unmatched support, you will gain access to relevant preparation material, both printed and online (web-based). The reference material includes:

 

PRINTED MATERIAL BY MANYA-THE PRINCETON REVIEW

 

GMAT OFFICIAL GUIDE 2018

  • The GMAT Official Guide delivers about 900 real GMAT questions and answer explanations, and a 100 question diagnostic exam to fortify GMAT preparation. The exclusive video that comes along with the book has study tips and test-taking strategies by the creators of the test.

 

THE PRINCETON REVIEW IN-CLASS MANUAL FOR THE GMAT

Published by The Princeton Review

  • Only available to students enrolled for any of our course variants.
  • The manual is a well-researched compilation of questions with an emphasis on unique strategies that are required for the GMAT.
  • It covers exclusive time-tested strategies and techniques to ace the GMAT.

 

THE PRINCETON REVIEW GMAT QUANTITATIVE REVIEW FOR THE GMAT

Published by The Princeton Review

  • A one-stop resource for the basic math formulae and fundamental Math that are learnt in school but are forgotten as one grows older.
  • The book also prepares students to come better equipped to the classroom sessions.

 

THE PRINCETON REVIEW VERBAL REVIEW FOR THE GMAT

Published by The Princeton Review

  • Contains the basics required for the verbal section ranging from grammar rules that are often tested on the GMAT to the components of critical reasoning arguments and the ways to deal with these arguments.
  • One of the highlights of this book are chapters on the approach to reading difficult passages on the GMAT and strategies required to tackle challenging questions that follow the passages.

 

IN-CLASS HANDOUTS

  • A well-researched compilation of tough Verbal and Math content specially designed for Indian students. Provides additional questions for workshops and drills throughout the course.

 

ONLINE/WEB-BASED MATERIAL BY MANYA-THE PRINCETON REVIEW

 

THE PRINCETON REVIEW GMAT DASHBOARD

  • The dashboard is the online prep material provided by Manya-The Princeton Review, which includes tests that simulate the actual test environment and questions. It encompasses the following:
    • 83 adaptive drills (3,000 questions)
    • 91 Quick Review Lessons
    • 100 adaptive video-based lessons
    • 10 full length computer adaptive simulated tests with essay grading at no extra cost
    • 10 IR Full Section Practice Drills
    • Online recordings to review lessons or make-up for missed classes
    • Facility to build own drills using Drill Builder
    • Access to GMAT Office Hours to clear your doubts online with the US based trainer
  • Uses DrillSmart technology which enables calibration of the student drills as the difficulty levels of the questions changes as per the performance

 

The Princeton Review, USA publications

The Princeton Review, USA is well known for extensive research in US based standardized tests. There are about 25 books on the GMAT itself, all authored by The Princeton Review USA. Some of the widely recommended books are:

  • Crash Course for the GMAT
  • Math Workout for the GMAT
  • Verbal Workout for the GMAT
  • Cracking the GMAT with Computer Adaptive Practice tests
  • 1138 GMAT Practice Questions

 

A good plan for a GMAT aspirant would be to start by visiting the GMAT official website mba.com. There are two official GMAT tests that are available on the site for free. You may take one of these tests or better come to a Manya-The Princeton Review Center to take a diagnostic test and see how you fare in real test taking conditions. Next sign up for classroom course or tutoring and work with our expert trainers who will review your tests and offer the support that would help you to propel your score forward. At Manya–The Princeton Review, classroom sessions are conducted at convenient time slots, so attending these sessions will not disturb your work schedule. No matter how you prepare for the GMAT, a regime of rigorous hard work and practice is a mandate.