GMAT Math Study Guide is one of the four books in Manhattan Review's Turbocharge Your GMAT series. This book should be purchased in conjunction with GMAT Math Solutions Guide.
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These insightful study guides are designed for GMAT test-takers at all levels to improve their GMAT scores within a short time period. They prove to be particularly helpful for students who are aiming for 700+ GMAT scores.
GMAT Math Study Guide provides a well-structured and clear and concise approach to targeting all tested concepts in the GMAT Quantitative section. Not only is the book great for GMAT test-takers, it also includes unique math tricks and a thorough math review upon which all advance math study is based. This book presents a great balance between in-depth study instructions and challenging GMAT problems. Its 200 the following key features:
-Extensive Key Quantitative Glossary for Easy Refresher and Memorization
-Easy-to-Use Formulae Cheat sheet for Quick Reference
-Quick Math Reference Table to Provide You a Holistic Perspective
-Extensive Topic-by-Topic Analysis Covering Arithmetic, Algebra, Geometry, Statistics, Combinatorics, and Word Problems
-Basic to Advanced Content to Provide You a Solid Foundation and Unique Techniques
-Practice Problems by Topic in Each Chapter for Quick Refresher
-Complete & Challenging GMAT Training Sets which are aimed to help you improve your GMAT score to over 700
-Problem Solving - 140 Question
-Data Sufficiency - 120+Questions
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