The GMAT is a challenging exam. Preparation is vital since competition for a place at a leading business school is fierce. How to Pass the GMAT allows test-takers to become familiar with the styles of question they'll face on the GMAT. It offers expert advice as well as writing assessments and realistic practice tests covering all aspects of the GMAT: problem solving, data sufficiency, reading comprehension, sentence correction, and critical reasoning. Full answers, explanations, and assessments of scores are provided.
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Table of Contents
Preface vii Acknowledgments ix What is the GMAT CAT[Registered]? 1 Practice makes a big difference in GMAT[Registered] scores 7 Warm up questions for the quantitative and verbal sub-tests 14 Warm up questions for the quantitative sub-test 16 Problem-solving questions 16 Data sufficiency questions 35 Warm up questions for the verbal sub-test 51 Sentence correction questions 51 Reading comprehension and critical reasoning questions 65 Twenty mini-tests to help you get off to a flying start 86 Six timed practice sub-tests 132 Quantitative 135 Verbal 147 Quantitative 161 Verbal 173 Quantitative 187 Verbal 197 Answers and explanations 212 Chapter 3 212 Chapter 4 241 Chapter 5 253