101 Ways To Score Higher On Your Gmat: What You Need To Know About The Graduate Management Admission Test Explained Simply.
- ISBN: 9781601384850 (electronic bk.)
- ISBN: 1601384858 (electronic bk.)
- Physical Description: 1 online resource
- Publisher: [United States] : Atlantic Publishing Group : 2008.
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|Summary, etc.:|| Every year more than 200,000 people take the Graduate Management Admission Test, also known as the GMAT. Of those, 21 percent are repeat testers. The best business schools in the country typically look for scores in the upper 600s to low 700s, with 800 being the highest score. How can you pass the test and improve you score? Reading 101 Ways to Score Higher on Your GMAT and using the techniques provided within is one way to do so. The GMAT is used to assess the qualifications of business school candidates and predict their performance in an MBA or other graduate management program. In this book, you will learn how to prove you are ready for advanced study in business and management. You will learn about the computerized adaptive format and the content of the exam. You will also learn how to read questions correctly, control your anxiety, and how to approach each section. In addition, you will be presented with a list of resources to help you prepare and dozens of proven strategies, mindsets, and problem solving methods. 101 Ways to Score Higher on Your GMAT is filled with practice questions and reviews of the topics covered in the verbal, math, and writing sections, including reading and understanding material, evaluating arguments, writing in standard English, reasoning quantitatively, solving quantitative problems, and interpreting graphic data. Instead of panicking and worrying about the GMAT, pick up this book and be confident in your test-taking abilities. Whether you are sitting for the test for the first time or you are a repeat tester, you will learn valuable information and practical tips for improving your score.
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