10 Best Books for GMAT Preparation

1. The Official Guide for GMAT Review
This book is published by the administrators of the GMAT exam and hence it is highly recommended. It is the closest best preparation of the GMAT exam that one can achieve. One must definitely buy this book to start off a serious preparation with an authentic guide.
2. Kaplan’s GMAT Premier Program
For those who are unfamiliar with the GMAT pattern and questions, this book is a must-have. Most questions in the book are tougher than they appear in the exam but it doesn’t harm to be well-prepared.

3. Kaplan’s GRE and GMAT Math Workbook
This book contains all the math concepts that one need to learn to score well on the GRE and the GMAT. This book is perfect for those who plan on taking both the exams and also for those who wish to have extensive math practice that deals with strategical ways to solve questions in a simple and quick fashion.
4. Verbal Workout for the GMAT by Princeton Review
This book contains all that you need to know about the verbal section of the GMAT as well as the practice you need to tackle the section. It contains exercises for both the verbal section and the analytical writing section. Sample essays and tips are a part of this book, which make it all the more important. The book shows how to answer tricky questions and spot the tricks used by examiners to fool the candidates.
5. Kaplan’s GMAT 800
This book is a collection of practice exercises, papers and tips that you need to score an 800 on your GMAT. It is the most helpful towards reaching your goal of a perfect score.
The book is a complete guide to the essay writing section. It contains many sample essays which most people use to prepare for the section. Reading the essays will make you understand how the essay has to be written and the format and organizational structure of the same. At least 25-30 essays can be read to get a good grasp of the book and write a perfect essay on the day of the exam.
7. Barron’s How to Prepare for the GMAT
The book contains the latest questions, methods and tests that provide adequate practice to the candidates. The book comes with a CD-ROM that simulates the test environment so the candidates can feel like they are writing the actual test itself and feel more confident on the day of the exam.
8. Master the GMAT CAT, by ARCO
The book contains practice for the verbal, quantitative and essay sections. An all-in-one guide to the test that comes with a CD-ROM for additional test practice.
9. The Complete Idiot’s Guide to MBA Basics by Tom Gorman
The book contains topics that are helpful to build MBA knowledge in the readers. There will be issues related to management skills, business operations, customer service, human resources, etc.
10. GMAT Prep Course by Scott Thornburg and Jeff Kolby
The book is a simple and clear guide to prepare for the GMAT exam without any tricks or other strategies. It is not necessary, but you can buy it if you need additional practice.


Anonymous said...

GMAT Essay Section Guide is most important for GMAT Exam.

jon said...

The Graduate Management Admission Test is a Standardized test that measures verbal, mathematical and analytical writing skills. It is intended to help the graduate schools of business assess the potential of applicants for advanced study in business and management.

Nearly 900 management institutes all over the world (almost all of them in the US) require GMAT scores from each applicant. The GMAT tests the fundamental skills - Reasoning and Comprehension included - and does not require any subject-specific theoretical study.

The test is designed in such a way that it would be unlike any other test you would have taken at school or college. First, the test has no question paper or answer sheets, nor does it have the same set of questions for all the examinees. Further, it does not give you the option of not answering a question (unless, of course, you run out of time at the end). All this because the GMAT is now an entirely Computer based test - the keyboard and mouse do the work of a pen or pencil. The test is scored out of 800 (in multiples of 10), and most scores fall in the range of 500-600. However, a score of even 800 is not unheard of!

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Rum Tan said...

You have made the decision to take the GMAT exam. Congratulations! You are ready to showcase your most relevant skills, and show that you are serious about business school. Pursuing a graduate business degree is a rewarding experience. The GMAT exam is part of that process.art your GMAT exam process at least six months before your test results are due. Most test-takers report a minimum eight-week study timeline is ideal if you are somewhat familiar with the underlying GMAT exam content. But, you are the best judge of how much time you need to prepare. Percent and Interest are two important topics that plays a very beneficial role during your GMAT exam.

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