GMAT Practice For Dummies
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Practical, practice questions cover EVERY type of question you'll see on test day, including analysis of an issue and analysis of an argument - the two writing sections. Sentence correction, reading comprehension, and critical reasoning - the two verbal sections of the test, and data sufficiency, and math problem-solving - the two quantitative type of questions.
Two, full-length, timed practice tests give you a feel for what to expect on the test. The practice tests cover all three sections of the GMAT and automatic scoring at the end of verbal and math sections tells you your percentage score for that section. The writing questions are self-scored. The ability to mark and then review only marked questions, gives you practice on what you need the most. And you can review all the answers at the end of each section or just the ones where you got the answer wrong.
There are dozens of proven ways to score better (or worse) than your peers on the GMAT and we've compiled some of those into this tips section. Do yourself a favor and read these over before test day as you'll discover how to get ready for the test, blow the exam, remain calm, and prepare for specific sections, including analytical writing, math section, and verbal section.
All apps need some extras and we've got them. Our extra features get you test ready with real-world examples and applications. You'll get:
- Figuring out how the GMAT is scored and what the scores mean - this section alone could probably fill an entire app, but we've included it here so enjoy
- Information on what to expect before, during, and after the exam
- How and when to register for the GMAT
Plus, a "Days Until the Test" countdown clock to help you focus and prepare
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