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Publisher's Summary

Complete GMAT audio course has everything you need to prepare and excel on the GMAT!

There are few tests as important as the GMAT. It controls your admission to top schools and arguably predicts your success in MBA programs. Now you can vault to the top of the class with this massive new GMAT audio course.

This is the ultimate test-prep audiobook for GMAT - now entirely included in one big audio production.

This course covers everything from leading test-taking skills and strategies to a high-yield content review of the verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing portions of the GMAT.

The course is packed with "main takeaways" that are easy to remember and are key concepts for the GMAT, ingenious mnemonics that help you easily remember important knowledge that always shows up on the GMAT and expert question and answer sessions that test, reassure, and reinforce your knowledge of the material.

This powerful GMAT audio course was created by expert GMAT tutors and teachers who know the test and all its variations inside and out. The authors also know and share the very best ways to prepare for the test for maximum results.

The audio is professionally narrated by leading voice-over artists for easy listening and learning.

This course is great for anyone who learns by listening. Audio learners will find the presentation to be an exceptional learning experience that gives excellent preparation and guidance toward scoring high on the GMAT.

This 30+ hour course is perfect for commuters. It lets you study effectively while traveling to and from work or class. Eliminates the need to read while studying for the GMAT and lets you relax while picturing concepts in your mind for better understanding and retention.

Three bonus guides:

  • GMAT Vocabulary 500
  • Interview Skills
  • Graduate School Secrets

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This is what I've been waiting for...

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Being an auditory learner, this is exactly what I've been waiting for before I take my test next month...its up to date, well put together and probably the most comprehensive audio guide you'll find for GMAT!

7 of 8 people found this review helpful

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Terrible and not gmat specific

To put gmat in the cover is actually close to fraudulent. These are really basic 'study tips' to someone at high school perhaps. For example it goes on an on about tips on order of questions and to leave time to go back etc, when that is not even an option in the gmat. It is literally a copy&paste job with another cover on top. Really this was a big waste of time and credit.

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Of all the hours only a few are useful

This kind of books are written in order to be long, but they actually lack content.
They repeat the index twice every chapter, along with other tricks to make this book longer.
And the worst was that most of the information is not specifically for the Gmat, but for "any kind of exam with that kind of exercises", its like they put together different pre-made chapters of the exercises for every book they make.
I bought it in order to listen to it on my way to work, I ended up very disappointed.

Don't waste your money, don't buy it.

1 of 1 people found this review helpful

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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?

Better tailored to GMAT review.

What could Official Test Prep Content Team have done to make this a more enjoyable book for you?

Better tailored to GMAT review.

Would you be willing to try another one of Danielle Fornes’s performances?

Yes, if it addresses issues raised.

What character would you cut from Official GMAT Prep?

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I would not recommend this audiobook as a primary GMAT review material. It is fractionally effective relative to other materials available. The strategies are generally not GMAT specific and actually create confusion in certain areas where the strategies conflict with GMAT procedures. If you have a long car ride and would like to have test prep materials to listen to this would be ok, otherwise I would not recommend these materials as being worth using.

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Not GMAT specific

This book is not GMAT specific, sounds like it was made for high school students, and provides strategies that are not allowed on the GMAT.

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Content sucks

This book is not tailored to the GMAT, it is covers a range of test taking tips but nothing concrete on analyzing the structure and specific strategies for the GMAT. It's a waste of money and time. Maybe it's useful for the kind of person looking into the GMAT and who wants to think about it and see if maybe they want to do it one day... but definitely not for someone who's determined to score 700+ on the test.

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This book wasn’t for you, but who do you think might enjoy it more?

This book is more about general test taking tips and not specifically related to the GMAT. It's very frustrating because of this. First few chapters reference the GMAT and some parts of the test - then it goes into tests that will never be part of the exam. It's really better a high school how-to guide on test taking, rather than college level.