|This Book was probably the Best
so many types and variety of
courses and study material, I just
did not know where to start. I
wanted to focus on my Quant and
did not know where to look.
After reading this book and
applying the strategies, I managed
to raise my score by 90 points.
If you want to 'go for the Gold' in
GMAT, I strongly recommend
'Ways of the GMAT Winners'
- Bob Smith (GMAT: 750).
|I always scored 700 + in my
(except on Kaplan of course).
However, when I took the GMAT, I
ended up with a dismal score of
On introspection, I realized that it
was the nerves. I always hated
taking exams, and the tension
would just get to me.
Of course, unless I saw a
specialist, there seemed to be no
chance for me.
But then I happened to read the
'Ways of the GMAT Winners' and
things began to change.
The Chapters on overcoming your
exam anxiety were especially
useful and I did eventually learn to
take care of my nerves.
Glad to say I finally realized my
potential and scored 780 in the
- Kevin Conolloy (GMAT: 780)
|I simply can't thank you enough for
helping me get rid of my limiting
beliefs. I also thought I was a Dud
in Verbal because I amnot a native
speaker, and there was nothing
that anybody could do about it.
But with the help of inputs from
this book, I managed to focus
myself and get rid of my mental
I think at the 700+ level, the GMAT
is more of a mental game and that
is where your book is a big
I was so impressed with your
book that I also bought the Math
Guide which again turned out to
be money well spent.
- Geeta V (GMAT: 760)
|I just don't know how to thank
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things the way they would see it.
Applying the strategies from this
book, I managed to get a score of
730 and admission to my school of
- Kathy (GMAT 730)
|While I saw a lot of books to
prepare for the GMAT, what I did
not find was something that would
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GMAT CAT. Something that would
cover not just Quant and Verbal,
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- Nithy (GMAT 750)