GMAT Verbal Practice

Question:
Will you please provide me the GMAT Verbal test books?

Answer:

Given below are the GMAT Verbal test books:

The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review, 2nd Edition by Graduate Management Admission

Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook by Ingrid Multhopp

Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT: Verbal Study Guide by Joern Meissner

GMAT Verbal Section

Question: Will you please give me some books name of the GMAT Verbal Section?

Answer-
You are looking for the GMAT Verbal Section books, here I am giving:

The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review, 2nd Edition by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)

Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook by Ingrid Multhopp

Manhattan Review Turbocharge Your GMAT: Verbal Study Guide by Joern Meissner

The PowerScore GMAT Sentence Correction Bible by Victoria Wood

GMAT Verbal Bible
Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook
Manhattan GMAT Reading Comprehension

GMAT Vocab

Question:

Please provide me the GMAT Vocabulary list?

Answer:

The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) is conducted by Graduate Admission Management Council (GAMC), The candidates can get admitted in various PG courses management in different foreign institutes after clearing GMAT.

You are looking for the GMAT Vocabulary list, I am giving here:

Abase – to humiliate, degrade
Abash – to bewilder, confound
Abate – to remove, lessen
Abdicate – to forsake, give up
Aberration – deviation
Abeyance – inactivity
Abhor – to detest, hate
Abject – degraded, miserable
Abjure – to recant, revoke
Abnegate – to deny, denounce
Abominate – to dislike
Abort – to be unsuccessful, fail to develop
Abrade – to scrape out
Abrogate – to abolish
Abscond – to bolt, decamp, flee
Absolve – to pardon
Abstemious – eating or drinking sparingly
Abstract – summary
Abstruse – profound, hidden, hard to under-stand
Accede – to consent
Accessory – accomplice
Acclivity – incline rising slope
Accolade – honor, award
Accord – to grant, allow
Accost – to greet aggressively
Accretion – adhesion, concretion
Accrue – to accumulate
Acerbity – sharpness, bitterness
Acme – summit, peak
Acolyte – attendant, helper
Acrimonious – sharp, acrid
Actuate – to put into action
Adamant – immovable
Adduce – to give as proof
Adjudicate – to decide (a case)
Adjunct – auxiliary, appendage
Adjure – to state on oath
Admonish – to caution, warn
Adroit – skillful, clever

For the detailed list, here is attachment:

GMAT Vocabulary

GMAT.IR

Question:

Please give me the GMAT Integrated Reasoning books?

Answer:

The (GMAT) Graduate Management Admission Test is conducted by Graduate Admission Management Council (GAMC), By the GMAT exam the candidates can get admission in various PG courses of management stream in different institutes.

You are looking for the GMAT Integrated Reasoning Books:

GMAT Integrated Reasoning and Essay Strategy Guide
Publisher: Manhattan Prep Publishing

GMAT Book

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GMAT Validity

Question: Give me the GMAT Validity information?

Answer-
You are looking for the GMAT Validity detailed information, here I am uploading a file, from where you can download the GMAT Validity detailed information, the attachment contains the information such as follows:

The Validity refers to how well the GMAT exam does what it is intended to do—predict students’ academic performance in the core courses of a graduate management or business program.
The GMAT is the first and only test designed to predict student performance in business school, and it does so more reliably than any other known measure, including the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) and other standardized assessments.

GMAT Verbal

The objective of the Crack-GMAT Verbal Study Guide is to help you to not only perform to your potential in the GMAT, but also develop a healthier, more friendly attitude towards English Grammar, a subject you may have dreaded at school.

GMAT VS CAT

Question:
Which is better GMAT or CAT???

Answer
The CAT stands for Common Admission test and the GMAT stands for Graduate Management Aptitude test. With the CAT score you will get entry in the Indian B-schools but with the help of GMAT score you will get entry in the world wide B- School along with the 70 Indian B-schools. If you want to know more about it then download the attachment given below:

GMAT Vs CAT

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