With the GMAT exam changing to introduce a new Integrating Reasoning Section starting on June 5, 2012, the 13th Edition of the GMAT Review has just been published to help prepare you for the new test. Written by the creators of the GMAT, this Review is essential reading for anyone hoping to ace the infamous b-school entry test.
The Quantitative and Verbal parts of the GMAT will remain the same and the new edition of the GMAT Review has plenty of new questions to help hone your skills for these sections.
The new edition contains grammar review, math review, actual essay topics, sample responses, and scoring information to help test-takers learn more about the question formats. It's the only guide on the market to include study information and practice questions written by the writers of the test.
The Integrated Reasoning practice questions have been loaded on to a companion website that readers will be able to access after purchasing the GMAT Review. To find out more about this new section, check our recent BusinessBecause article: Guide to the GMAT Integrative Reasoning Section.
You can find out more about the 13th Edition or get your copy here. Happy studying!