Barron's GMAT

Barron's GMAT

Language: English

Pages: 504

ISBN: 0764139932

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Comprehensive preparation for the Graduate Management Admission Test begins with an overview and introduction to the GMAT, which is a computer-adaptive test. A diagnostic test with answers precedes an extensive "Correct Your Weaknesses" section, which presents separate chapters on essay writing, reading comprehension, sentence correction, critical reasoning, and math. Two full-length practice tests with questions that reflect recent GMATs come with answers, analyses, and directions for evaluating the test taker's score. The manual's concluding section discusses business school basics, with advice on choosing a school, coping with the application procedure, financing a business school education, and entering the job market.
















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quantities whose numerical value is not given. For example, a question may ask for the cost of making y objects and the answer choices will all involve y. In such problems, assigning a value that is easy to compute with can simplify the problem and enable you to check your answer. EXAMPLE The first 100 copies of a poster cost x cents each; after the first 100 copies have been made, extra x cents each. How many cents will it cost to make 300 copies of the poster? copies cost 4 (A) 100x (B) 150x

Diagnostic Test with Answers and Analysis 1. If the length of a rectangle is increased by 20 percent and the width is decreased by 20 percent, then the area (A) (B) (C) (D) (E) decreases by 20% decreases by 4% stays the same increases by 10% increases by 20% 2. It costs x dollars each to make the first 1,000 copies of a compact disc and y dollars to make each subsequent copy. If z is greater than 1,000, how many dollars will it cost to make z copies of the compact disc? (A) (B) (C) (D) (E)

implicit in the statement. If the added income contribution of wives leaves average family income at the level of 20 years ago, then the reason must be that the price level was lower 20 years ago, so (E) is implied. 9 40. (C) Four infinitives are in parallel form and much clearer than the mixture of an infinitive (to hold), two verbals (keeping and drawing), and a clause (too much force should not be used). 9 41. (E) With the broken leg is a misplaced modifier. Commas are needed to set off

Clicking this button will activate the help function. The help function contains directions for the question you are working on, directions for the section you are working on, general directions, how to scroll, and information about the testing tools. When you want to exit the help function, click the “Return to Where I Was” tool with the mouse. Next and Answer Confirm Both of these buttons work in sequence. When you are sure of your answer, click the Next button to move on to the next question.

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