1,001 Questions & Answers for the GMAT™*:




Guerrilla Tactics for the GMAT™*:
Secrets and Strategies the Test
Writers Don’t Want You to Know

(ISBN 9781933819341)



Math Word Problems for the
:When Plugging Numbers
into Formulas Just Isn't Enough

(ISBN: 9781933819389)



1,001 Questions & Answers
for the GMAT

(ISBN 9781933819405)



The Toughest GMAT Practice
Test We've Ever Seen
(Volume 1)

(ISBN 9781933819617)


To achieve a top score on the GMAT, students should follow a three-step plan of attack:

1. Learn the concepts that are on the test.
2. Learn the tips, traps and strategies of the test writers
3. Learn to work faster and smarter by taking timed practice tests

We address Steps 1 and 2 in our companion publication, Guerrilla Tactics for the GMAT: Secrets and Strategies the Test Writers Don’t Want You to Know (ISBN: 978-1-933819-34-1). From our experience, no one should take the GMAT without mastering these techniques, which can make the difference between a great score and a mediocre one.

1,001 Questions and Answers for the GMAT (ISBN 978-1-933819-40-5) addresses Step 3, which is to build your confidence, speed and test-taking strategies by taking mock exams under actual testing conditions. From our experience, working with sample questions isn’t enough; you need to attack the questions exactly as they are presented in the GMAT. By design, we have organized 1,001 GMAT questions in the identical format you will see on the exam:

The Verbal Sections present 41 multiple choice questions in one 75-minute segment, including:

Critical Reading questions
Critical Reasoning questions
Sentence Correction questions

The Quantitative Sections present 37 questions in one 75-minute section, including:

Mathematical word problems
Data Sufficiency questions
Data Interpretation questions

Let’s be honest; the content of the GMAT isn’t particularly difficult. With unlimited time, many students could attain a top score on the exam. The biggest challenge is working at a fast enough pace to:

1. answer as many “easy” questions as possible
2. formulate an intelligent strategy for guessing

From our experience, there is no way to accomplish these goals without working through hundreds of practice questions under actual testing conditions. Ultimately, it isn’t only a matter of timing; it’s developing a plan to maximize your own strengths on each section of the exam.

And that’s the aspect of test preparation that few “experts” acknowledge; one size does NOT fit all. No two students have the same strengths and weaknesses, which means that no two preparation plans will be the same. Ultimately, it’s up to YOU to identify the areas in which you need work, and to focus your time accordingly. The 1,001 questions and answers in this publication are a great start.

Use the information in whatever way makes sense to YOU. If you want to assess the level of difficulty of the math questions, use the Quantitative sections as a general review of the math topics on the GMAT. Check out the typical vocabulary words that show up in the reading passages and the sentence completion questions. Note the grammar and word choice errors that are tested over and over again on the exam. Don’t stop until you have them down cold.

Then, before the day of the test, complete several sections under timed conditions. Give yourself a few minutes at the end of each section; on the actual GMAT, you will need this time to transfer your answers to your grid. Make sure that you can work hard enough, smart enough and fast enough to earn the score you desire.

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