GMAT and GRE Study Tips
- A book we often recommend for reviewing the math portion of either test is called Math Review for Standardized Tests by Cliffs Notes. You can purchase the book on Amazon.com for about $12 or so: http://www.amazon.com/CliffsNotes-Review-Standardized-Edition-CliffsTestPrep/dp/0470500778/ref=dp_ob_title_bk
- If you register on mba.com, you have access to their Free GMATPrep Test-Preparation Software, which includes a 15-question practice section for each type of GMAT question, with answers and explanations for each question and computing of Verbal and Quantitative scores, which you can use to judge how prepared you are for the actual GMAT exam.
- This website provides free practice tests and questions: http://www.testclub.net/gmat/.
- http://www.gmatfree.com/: Practice with 800 sample questions and 600 videos, accessible on your laptop, tablet, or phone, brought to you by the "guru of the GMAT."
Full-Length Practice Tests
- Princeton Review also provides full-length practice tests for both the GMAT and GRE, which can be helpful getting used to the computer tests:
Preparation Session Recordings
- In addition, here are the links to recordings of our GMAT/GRE preparation sessions we have offered so far:
- GMAT or GRE Prep Session (helps determine which test you may want to consider taking): http://wu.adobeconnect.com/p7em3882qja/ (approximately 2 hours)
- GMAT Preparation Session: http://wu.adobeconnect.com/p5b44zvhvps/. (approximately 1.5 hours)
- GRE Preparation Session: http://wu.adobeconnect.com/p8tb0uvun3d/ (approximately 3 hours)