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|Manhattan Review Sentence Correction Guide|
_ GMAT Idiom List
_ Grammar Errors to Avoid
_ Tested Topics in Detail
_ Tips & Strategies
_ Grammar Review
· Noun & Pronoun
· Adjective & Adverb
· Preposition Types & Errors
· Verb Voices & Tenses
· Participle & Gerund
· Mood, Punctuation & Clause
· Words Frequently Confused
_ Official GMAT Question Type Analysis
|Download here: MR Sentence Correction Guide (PDF | 372 kb)|
|*GMAT Home Study Guide - Questions Analysis By Concept* |
GMAT Math Questions in Official Guide & Manhattan Review Books
· Sorted by Sequence & Detailed Tested Concepts
· Both Problem Solving & Data Sufficiency questions
· Official Guide Quantitative (2nd Ed.), Main Guide (12th Ed.)
· Official Guide Quantitative (1st Ed.), Main Guide (11th Ed.)
· Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT Math Guides
GMAT Verbal Questions in Official Guide & Manhattan Review Books
· Sorted by Sequence & Detailed Tested Concepts
· Sentence Correction, Critical Reasoning and Reading Comprehension questions
· Official Guide Verbal (2nd Ed.), Main Guide (12th Ed.)
· Official Guide Verbal (1st Ed.), Main Guide (11th Ed.)
· Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT Verbal Guides
|Download here: Manhattan Review GMAT Home Study Guide - Questions Analysis by Concept (Excel | 264 kb)|
|GMAT in a Nutshell|
1.1 Overview of GMAT
1.1.1 Recent Changes in Test Administration
1.1.2 GMAT Sections & Score Distributions
1.1.3 Overview of Basic GMAT Concepts
1.2 Key Test-taking and Preparation Strategies
1.2.1 Problem Solving
1.2.2 Data Sufficiency
1.2.3 Critical Reasoning
1.2.4 Sentence Correction
1.2.5 Reading Comprehension
1.2.6 Analytical Writing Assessment
1.2.7 Test Preparation Advice
1.3 Taking the GMAT
1.3.1 Schedule Your Test
1.3.2 Test Fee
1.3.3 On the Test Day
1.3.4 Score Report
|Download here: GMAT in a Nutshell (PDF | 161 kb)|
|MBA Admissions in a Nutshell|
2.1 Overview of MBA
2.1.1 Why MBA
2.1.2 Academic Offerings
2.1.3 Pre-MBA Checklist
2.2 Program Types
2.2.1 Traditional Model
2.2.2 Accelerated Programs
2.2.3 Part-Time MBA
2.2.4 Dual-Degree MBA
2.2.5 Distance Learning Programs
2.3 MBA Programs
2.3.1 US MBA Programs
2.3.2 International MBA Programs
2.3.3 MBA Rankings
2.4 Application Strategy
2.4.1 Where to Apply
2.4.2 When to Apply
2.4.3 Program Materials
2.4.4 Talking with the Right People
2.4.5 MBA Books & Forums
2.4.6 Funding Options
2.4.7 Women Applying for MBA
2.5 MBA Applications
2.5.1 Application Form
2.5.2 Test Scores & Transcripts
2.6 Application Techniques
2.6.1 Stay Organized
2.6.2 Explore Ideal Candidacy
2.6.3 Tailor Your Approach
2.6.4 Evaluate Your Experience
2.6.5 Prove Yourself through Essays
2.6.6 Ace the Interview
Download here: MBA Admissions in a Nutshell (PDF | 161 kb)
|GMAT Vocabulary List – Basic Level|
A great mastery of essential English words will no doubt be very helpful to your teaching in achieving a satisfactory GMAT score and improving communication skills. To better assist you in your GMAT preparation, Manhattan Review has developed an exclusive Vocabulary List for your reference.
This book includes about 2,500 words and phrases which have appeared in the past GMATs. We have categorized all of them by their grammatical forms such as transitive verb, intransitive verb, countable noun, uncountable noun, adjective and phrase.
In addition to the first two columns of Words and Forms, we have also included another 4 columns to the right: Grammatical Details, Key Definitions, Example Sentences and Relevant Words.
Please note that a portion of this list may have been distributed to you in advance of your GMAT course for the purpose of warming up your English grammar skills and refreshing your command of English vocabulary.
|Download here: GMAT Vocabulary List – Basic Level (PDF | 367 kb)|
|Manhattan Review GMAT FAQs|
Test Day FAQ – Examples:
· What is the registration process for taking the test?
· Can I cancel my score, or have it not be reported?
· How many times can I take the GMAT?
· Are there any rules regarding how often I can
take the GMAT in a certain number of days?
· Is it common to retake the GMAT? If so, what kinds
of results are common?
General GMAT FAQ – Examples:
· What is the GMAT?
· Does the GMAT have more or less influence on your
application than other things, like GPA, work
experience, recommendations and interviews?
· Is there any way I can apply to business school
without reporting a GMAT score?
· Can you explain the three parts of the test in more detail?
· How is the GMAT scored?
GMAT Course FAQ – Check here!
|Download here: Manhattan Review GMAT FAQs (PDF | 98 kb)||
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