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Title:
Peterson's master the GMAT 2012
Author:
Stewart, Mark A. (Mark Alan), 1957-
Edition:
Eightteenth edition.
Publication Information:
Lawrenceville, NJ : Peterson's, [2011]

©2011
Physical Description:
xv, 710 pages : illustrations ; 28 cm + 1 CD-ROM.
Summary:
Provides an intensive review of every type of question on the GMAT, shares nine full-length practice tests including three on the accompanying CD, and includes guidelines for writing essays and personal statements.
General Note:
"The test prep you need to score high on the GMAT."
Language:
English
Added Corporate Author:
ISBN:
9780768931433
UPC:
085044036956
Format :
Book

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Students know and trust Peterson's for complete prep for the GMAT, including tips on essay writing and a thorough analysis of the types of verbal and quantitative questions they can expect on the exam. This no-nonsense guide to the GMAT includes essay-writing analysis and 6 complete practice tests, with a CD-ROM including access to 3 additional full-length GMAT practice tests.

Selling Points:

Includes Top 10 test-prep tips from the experts 2. With 9 full-length practice tests (including access to 3 on CD), with detailed answer explanations

3. Full-length diagnostic test helps test takers identify strengths and weaknesses

4. In-depth review of all subject areas on the exam, including reading comprehension, sentence correction, critical reasoning, problem solving, data sufficiency, and analytical writing