GMAT Game Plan

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Question :Let me know about GMAT Game Plan.

Answer : I am giving you all category of GMAT Game Plan so that you can choose which is fit for you.

The Ten-Hour Game Plan – If your test is coming up soon, or if you’re just really busy and know that you won’t be able to devote very much time to your studies, start here. It’s a quick-and-dirty approach, but should help you familiarize yourself with the test before you take it. Be warned though; don’t expect a miracle with this approach. If you can find a way to spend more time, DO SO!

Rest of information is given in attached word file. You can free download this file.

GMAT Game Plan

GMAT Free Test

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The Free Sample GMAT Test is the 1st of 6 Computer Adaptive Exams included with Manhattan GMAT books and prep offerings. The GMAT Uncovered is an essential guide that provides future MBAs with a comprehensive overview of the GMAT, an understanding of test-taking strategies, and an introduction to the business school admissions process. When it comes to free resources for GMAT exam, most of the free material is either substandard or not really free. We here at freegmattest.net strive to provide the most useful resources for you to succeed in GMAT, including free practice tests.

GMAT Free Study Material

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Question : Please give me the GMAT Free Study Material along with question paper…

Answer :

Here is the question paper of the GMAT examination:

Compaction by vibratory roller is the best method of compaction in case of
(A) moist silty sand
(B) well graded dry sand
(C) clay of medium compressibility
(D) silt of high compressibility

A person standing on the bank of a canal drops a stone on the water surface. He
notices that the disturbance on the water in not traveling up-stream. This is
because the flow in the canal is
(A) sub-critical
(C) steady
(B) super-critical
(D) uniform

A flood wave with a known inflow hydrograph is routed through a large reservoir.
The outflow hydrograph will have
(A) attenuated peak with reduced time-base
(B) attenuated peak with increased time-base
(C) increased peak with increased time-base
(D) increased peak with reduced time-base

A stable channel is to be designed for a discharge of Q m3/s with silt factor f as
per Lacey’s method. The mean flow velocity (m/s) in the channel is obtained by
(A) (Q f2 / 140)1/6
(C) (Q2f2 / 140)1/6
(B) (Qf / 140)1/3
(D) 0.48 (Q / f)1/3

Remaining questions are in the attachment click on it…

GMAT question paper

GMAT Free Download

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Question : Will you please provide me some name of GMAT books that are free from download?

Answer-
Here is the list of the GMAT books:

The Official Guide for GMAT Review (13th Ed)
Buy this book from Amazon.com

The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review (2nd Ed)
Buy this book from Amazon.com

The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review (2nd Ed)
Buy this book from Amazon.com

The Full Potential GMAT Audio Program by Bara Sapir

Kaplan New GMAT Premier 2013 by Kaplan

Nova’s GMAT Prep Course (with Online Course) by Jeff Kolby

Cracking the GMAT, 2013 Edition by Princeton Review

GMAT Forum

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Test Magic has a very active GMAT forum, full of great advice. There’s nothing like interacting in real time with other people taking the GMAT, people just like you. Real people, real GMAT test-takers, real b-school applicants GMAT Club is an interactive community that provides up-to-date information on the Business School Application Process. Open since 2002 and with over 70,000 members, our FORUMS cover GMAT strategies, CAT tests, the MBA application, and even offer free Profile reviews. Total GMAT scores range from 200 to 800. Two-thirds of test takers score between 400 and 600. The AWA score is an average of the two independent ratings for each section.

GMAT Forms

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Question : What is the procedure of apply to GMAT?

Answer : To apply for GMAT there is one and only mode is through online. For this candidate can apply on official website of GMAT. At present online registration is not going on but it will start in month of January-February then we will update you so keep in touch.

GMAT Format

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GMAT Format

Question:

Give me the GMAT Format like structure and other details…

Answer

I have attached a document file from where you can collect detailed information about the GMAT. This is the content of the attached file:

Analytical Writing Assessment Section
Integrated Reasoning Section
Quantitative Section
Verbal Section

Remaining details are in the attachment. Click on it….

GMAT details

GMAT Focus

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Question:
Please tell me about the GMAT Focus…

Answer
The GMAT Focus is a website which provides help in preparing for the GMAT examination. It gives help by giving real past GMAT test. It also gives question paper and takes test through the computer. If you need more help related to this topic then please let me know and I will provide you the full assistance in it…

GMAT Flash Cards

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This set of 400 GMAT flash cards present GMAT-level questions in both English and math, with answers on their reverse sides. The cards make fine test preparation tools whether they are used alone or in tandem with Barronas GMAT test preparation manual. The cards make fine test preparation tools whether they are used alone or in tandem with Barronas GMAT test preparation manual. The cards measure 4 1/2″ by 2 3/4″ and have a hole in one corner that accommodates an enclosed metal key-ring-style card holder. Each card tests your knowledge by providing you not only with a detailed explanation of the question, but also the GMAT-specific concept tested in the question.

GMAT Fees

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Question:
What is the fee of GMAT?

Answer:
Here are many forms of payments, but the most preferred mode of payments by following ways:

Credit Card like Visa, Master Card, American Express, and JCB
Debit Card Visa and Master Card only
Mailed forms by cashier’s check
Mailed forms by Money Orders
Mailed forms by Personal Check

Fees:

The worldwide GMAT fee is $250 US.

GMAT Rescheduling Fee
US$50 fee to reschedule

GMAT Cancellation Refund
US$80 refund

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