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Lois Said:

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Manoj Bhai, try these sites-
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Kathleen Said:

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Debbie Said:

What is the best study material I can get for the GMAT?

We Answered:

Expect to do a lot of work before taking the test :-( When I studied for it, I carved out about two months and studied several hours every day. It got boring but in the end it was worth it. You have to be really diligent though and not get distracted by friends or family during your study time.

As far as what to study, start by downloading the GMAT Prep software. It's two real CAT tests, and its free from MBA.com. Taking one of those will give you a really good idea of where you stand score-wise.

Second, go get all three GMAT Official Guides. There is the general one, and then the smaller ones for quant and verbal. They each have different questions, and you need to get as many different questions as possible. All the questions in each book come from actual, former tests.

Last, buy some study guides. I like the Manhattan GMAT books (http://www.manhattanngmat.com), but they are a bit short at times, and not necessarily written in the easiest way for self-study. Powerscore (http://www.powerscore.com) has books on sentence correction and critical reasoning that helped me. Here's how I'd break it down in terms of what to get:

Verbal CR and SC: The two Powerscore GMAT Bibles that cover these topics

Verbal RC and Math: Manhattan GMAT guides for these subjects

As far as the test itself--it is weird. You take it on a computer and get one question at a time that you have to answer before they give you the next question. Depending on whether you answer right or wrong, the next question is harder or easier. It's frustrating, but that's the way the test is.

Tyler Said:

Where can I find good GMAT study material?

We Answered:

Two months is plenty, just study a bit every day and be diligent and you will have enough time.

Start by downloading the GMAT Prep software. It's two real CAT tests, and its free from http://www.MBA.com . Taking one of those will give you a really good idea of where you stand score-wise.

Second, go get all three GMAT Official Guides. There is the general one, and then the smaller ones for quant and verbal. They each have different questions, and you need to get as many different questions as possible. All the questions in each book come from actual, former tests. They also have paper tests available that you can get.

Last, buy some study guides. I like the Manhattan GMAT books (http://www.manhattanngmat.com ), but they are a bit short at times, and not necessarily written in the easiest way for self-study. Powerscore (http://www.powerscore.com ) has books on sentence correction and critical reasoning that helped me. Here's how I'd break it down in terms of what to get:

Verbal: The Powerscore GMAT Bible that covers this topic

Math: Manhattan GMAT guides for these subjects

Use the stuff above and you will rock it!

Sergio Said:

What are some good GMAT study materials?

We Answered:

1.) Overall Study Resources
http://www.beatthegmat.com
http://www.amazon.com/Official-Guide-GMAT-Review-11th/dp/0976570904 (This has official questions used on past exams)


2.) Quant Resources
http://www.amazon.com/Official-Guide-GMAT-Quantitative-Review/dp/0976570920/ (This has official questions used on past exams)
http://www.platinumgmat.com/gmat_study_guide/
ManhattanGMAT study guides (There are seven and they are available at Amazon.com--very good)


3.) Verbal Resources
http://www.amazon.com/Official-Guide-GMAT-Verbal-Review/dp/0976570912 (This has official questions used on past exams)
http://www.platinumgmat.com/about_gmat/sc_gmat_idiom_list

4.) Prep Companies
I have rated these based upon the experience of my friends
4.1 Manhattan GMAT
4.2 Princeton Review
4.3 Kaplan
4.4 Veritas

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