GMAT Official Guide 2020 Verbal Review: Book + Online Question Bank
Get extra practice on the verbal portion of the GMAT exam with this supplement to the GMAT Official Guide 2020 - the only source of real GMAT questions from past GMAT exams
Need to concentrate on the verbal portion of the GMAT exam? Then, the GMAT Official Guide 2020 Verbal Review is for you.
This supplement to the GMAT Official Guide 2020 provides additional guidance focused on the verbal portion of the exam and includes over 300 practice questions from past GMAT exams. You’ll also get access to the GMAT Online Question Bank, customizable study tools, and a new mobile app for practicing on the go – even when you’re not connected to the internet.
Get extensive verbal practice from the makers of the GMAT exam, including:
- Over 300 verbal practice questions that are not included in the GMAT Official Guide 2020
- Review of Reading Comprehension, Critical Reasoning, and Sentence Correction sections of exam
- Detailed answer explanations that provide insight on how the test maker thinks about each question
- Comprehensive grammar review
- Questions organized in order of difficulty – easiest to hardest – to help focus your study
- An overview of the GMAT exam to familiarize yourself with its content and format
Optimize your study time and focus on the verbal skills you need to succeed with the GMAT Official Guide 2020 Verbal Review and these real questions from past GMAT exams.
This product includes print book with a unique code to access the GMAT Online Question Bank and mobile app.
About the Author
The Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) is the association of leading graduate business schools around the world. GMAC's mission is to meet the needs of business schools and students through a wide array of products, services, and programs, and the organization serves as a primary resource of research and information about quality graduate management education. GMAC is the owner and administrator of the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). Created in 1954, the GMAT is the first and only standardized test specifically designed for graduate business and management programs. Available in over 100 countries, it is the global standard for entry to the MBA degree course. Currently about 2,100 schools and 5,900 programs have adopted the GMAT, and the test is taken approximately 230,000 times annually.