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from where i can get best study material for GMAT
- February 08, 2014
- Preferred qualification: Postgraduate
Hi Mayank, you can get “The best GMAT” book in online from official GMAT website http://www.mba.com/india/store/store-catalog.aspx?tabs=CAT2680001# and also you can get it from well GMAT coaching centers. You can look for books like The Official Guide for GMAT® Review, 13th Edition, Kaplan GMAT Premier 2014 with 6 Practice Tests, The Power Score GMAT Critical Reasoning Bible, Advanced GMAT Quant, Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook, Cracking the GMAT with 4 Practice Tests & DVD, 2014 Edition.
Subhashini thank you so much it will be very helpful
All The Best Mayank!!
I am attempting the GMAT exam for the first time. I have 4 years of work experience in the field of advertising and marketing. Below is my profile:
I have got 89% in my 10th std, 87% in the 12th and 77.3% in my BMM. I have been actively involved in extracurricular activates in my college. I was the cultural fest representative in my college. Even now I teach at various NGOs and participate in social awareness drives. I was also awarded as the Best performer of the year 2013-2014.
However I haven’t joined any classes and am planning to prepare for my GMAT on my own and work at the same time. I want to pursue my MBA to improve my career graph. My target colleges are Nanyang University, S P Jain School of Global Management, ISB. I need a score of at least 670+ but it has been a while since I have actually prepared for an exam. Any tips and tricks?
Hey, your profile looks great. You have chosen ambitious colleges and their requirements are also pretty high. It would take a lot of effort from your side as you aren’t joining any classes and you are working as well. What I would suggest is that you join some tuition just for test series. That way you would be able to assess where you stand. All the best. :)