Master the GMAT: GMAT Basics, part of Peterson's Master the GMAT 2013, offers you valuable details on this important test. You'll learn how the Computer-Adaptive GMAT works, with information on the GMAT CAT interface and test-taking experience. There are details on GMAT scoring--what they mean, how to report them, and how they're evaluated by business schools. You'll find information on changes to the GMAT in 2012, as well as Top 10 Tips for GMAT prep. In the GMAT Questions: A first Look chapter, you get a look at sample questions and writing prompts that appear in each of the test sections--Analytical Writing (Analysis of an Issue and Analysis of an Argument), Quantitative (Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency), and Verbal (Critical Reasoning, Sentence Correction, and Reading Comprehension). Examining each format in detail, you'll learn what abilities and content areas the format covers, examine the test directions, look at one or two example questions, and review the formats' key features.Examine the test directions a#39; Look at one or two example questions a#39; Review the question formatsa#39; key features ... The GMAT Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of a single essay prompt that requires you to analyze an argument.
|Title||:||Master the GMAT: GMAT Basics|
|Publisher||:||Peterson's - 2013-01-30|