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The first ~2 hours was pretty much useless to me. It talks about going to take the test, making sure to bring your ID, that you take it on a computer, etc etc (yawn) and is equivalent to about 10 minutes of googling about the format of the GMAT.
The last 3 hours of the book were actually very helpful for me, particularly with the grammar and reading sections. They give good suggestions, tricks, and help you understand what the writers and graders of the GMAT are looking for.
I took the GMAT once, then studied harder and listened to this audio book before retaking and I improved my score by 80 points. I'm happy with how things turned out.
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