The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), in partnership with Wiley, has launched the 2017 Official Guide for GMAT Review which includes 220 new questions in the Quantitative, Verbal and Integrated Reasoning sections of the GMAT exam and boasts 15% new content.
The Official Guide for GMAT Review 2017 series, in fact, is a set of three books comprising the Official Guide for GMAT Review, the Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review, and the Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review and offers access to more than 1,500 past GMAT questions.
With the addition of the new content, the study guide is now more comprehensive and deals with every aspect of the GMAT test. Some of the key highlights of the Official Guide for GMAT Review 2017 series include:
Offers access to more than 1,500 past GMAT questions
Includes a 100-question diagnostic test to assist in test preparation
Print guides are backed by exclusive online resources that include online question banks. Using these question banks, students are able to come up with their personal practice sets and exams based on the content type and/or difficulty.
Includes exclusive videos throwing insight and offering valuable tips to get prepared for exam day.
Ashok Sarathy, vice president, Product Management, GMAC, said , “55 percent of test takers spend at least 51 hours prepping for the GMAT exam, and half of that group spends more than 100 hours studying.” He stressed that the Official Guide and supplements from GMAC are an authoritative source for GMAT practice questions and therefore key to cracking GMAT.
The GMAT exam, which is conceived and administered by GMAC, is an essential requirement for admission into over 6,100 MBA programs across the world. More than 2,100 universities and institutions in 115 countries today accept GMAT scores as part of the selection criteria for their programs. Wiley, meanwhile, is a global knowledge and knowledge-enabled services provider that seeks to enhance productivity in areas of research, professional practice, and education.
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