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7. Mai 2013 160978099X 978-1609780999 7th Edition
From grammar rules to paragraph structure, specific verbal skills are required on the GMAT. Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook, 7th Edition covers methods for all Verbal question types on the GMAT and for the Analytical Writing Assessment.

This essential guide covers:
  • Practice sets for every Verbal question type
  • Detailed answer explanations
  • Proven test-taking strategies
  • In-depth review of essential concepts
  • New! Information on the 2012 changes to the GMAT

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  • Taschenbuch: 336 Seiten
  • Verlag: Kaplan Publishing; Auflage: 7th Edition (7. Mai 2013)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 160978099X
  • ISBN-13: 978-1609780999
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Guter Einstieg und transportabeles Format 29. September 2013
Von Martin
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Die GMAT relevanten Fähigkeiten werden gut und knapp erläutert. Die Workbooks sind, im Gegensatz zum massiven GMAT Premier für Lerneinheiten unterwegs gut geeignet.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen Decent starter book but short for a serious prep 13. September 2013
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This is a good book - it will teach you the right things. Just not all of them. It is good if you are in a rush and can't afford to spend 1.5-2 months on the MGMAT or Veritas Prep book set.

~~~~~ STRENGTHS ~~~~~
- No tricks, just straightforward strategies to every section (3-4 steps). Easy to remember and simple to use
- Was just the right length for me (covered it in 3 weeks)
- Good number of exercise questions; both 220 GMAT-like (220) and exercises in the chapters; the questions are on the harder side
- Style/Usage guide and list of idioms (you must know all of these)
- Sets the right expectations (GMAT-style reading is very different from casual reading). You must forget what you know and re-learn reading to succeed
- The CR approach to answer the question before reading answer choices works like a charm
- The RC section is what really shines in this book

~~~~~ WEAKNESSES ~~~~~
- I felt the SC section was a little weak (5 pages plus a grammar section in the back). If you are a non-native speaker, you should definitely plan on getting a dedicated grammar book. Kaplan's Verbal Foundations is not bad
- One of the question sets/banks overlaps with the online exercises in the Kaplan Premier book
- The CR questions are slightly different from the official "flavor", which is typical for third-party questions. Keep this in mind and make sure you train your ear on the Official Guide or GMAT Prep before the test

~~~~~ BOTTOM LINE: Though not as detailed as some of the dedicated RC, CR, SC books, it provides a good balance of useful strategies/instruction and time required to cover them. Good number of practice questions and also a grammar/style usage guide at the end. There is a total of 250 verbal questions (no new ones in the 7th edition)
SC: 96
RC: 82
CR: 72

~~~~~ SOME TIPS ~~~~~
Here is a list of both tips and mistakes I have seen people make through my years at GMAT Club:
- Whenever you practice, do so in a timed environment (give yourself an average of 2 mins). If you don't, you are really wasting your time and setting unrealistic expectations
- Follow the strategies to the "T". If you are not getting a good score, it is probably because you are not following the strategies exactly and cutting corners. It is very important to read the CR passages twice, and to read the RC completely
- Leverage your strengths and perfect the timing. Strike a balance between the question types. Reading was the hardest for me and I peaked at about 2.5 mins per RC question. (I noticed that if I spent only 2 mins on average, my success rate went down from 90% to about 60-70%) That was not good enough but instead of trying to break through that wall, I worked on answering SC questions in 1 min average and CR's in 1.5 mins average. That gave me enough time to approach RC properly
- Have a problem with keeping attention through the long or intense GMAT passages - try to be passionate about the passage. Imagine that it is the most interesting/revolting/provocative/unbelieavable stories. Care about it!
- Optional suggestion (which I think is very helpful by the way) - read quality fiction books in your spare time. Our minds are not prepared to read the GMAT-level passages (length or intensity or timing wise). You need to train your mind to be open to these and to know how to deal with them. I would recommend getting some quality fiction books - it will help not only with RC but also with SC as your grammar ear will be much more trained. This is how I managed to crack SC's in 1 minute or less.
- If you are a non-native speaker, make sure your English is OK before you start on the verbal section. Knowing strategies is valuable only when you understand what you reading. I know this sounds obvious but so many people ignore this
- On the test, draw a grid and use it to eliminate answer choices. By the time you reach the verbal section, you are 3 hours into the test and your mind will not be able to hold anything. A grid (which you can draw during a break or as you are reading the instructions) will help eliminate/track answer choices on hard questions
- You don't need to take dozens of practice tests. Don't use practice tests to learn material; instead, know it ahead of time and use practice tests to hone your strategies and timing. It should be enough to take 5-10 tests total.

Good Luck on your GMAT and let me know if any questions - I Reply to Comments!
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Take into account that I am rating this book from the perspective of an international student...

If you are an international student, this book will not help you very much, unless you have an English degree! ..

It has broad explanations and not many practice questions !
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