GMAT Official Guide 2020 Bundle: 3 Books + Online Question Bank ペーパーバック – 2019/5/7
Kindle 端末は必要ありません。無料 Kindle アプリのいずれかをダウンロードすると、スマートフォン、タブレットPCで Kindle 本をお読みいただけます。
Get access to over 1,700 real GMAT questions from past exams from the makers of the GMAT exam
The GMAT Official Guide 2020 Bundle includes the GMAT Official Guide 2020, GMAT Official Guide Verbal Review 2020, and GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2020 and gives test takers access to the ultimate GMAT preparation tool in one package.
GMAT Official Guide 2020 is the definitive study guide from Graduate Management Admission Council, the makers of the GMAT exam. It contains over 1,000 real GMAT questions from past exams with detailed answer explanations that provide insight on how to approach each question from the prospective of the test maker. The GMAT Official Guide Verbal Review 2020 and GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2020 include more focused exam prep for the verbal and quantitative portions of the GMAT exam with more than 300 additional questions not available in the GMAT Official Guide 2020.
You’ll also get access to the GMAT Online Question Bank, customizable study tools, and a new mobile app for practicing on the go – even when you’re not connected to the internet.
Prepare for test day with guidance on what is – and what isn’t – tested on the GMAT exam and personalize your own learning experience with the GMAT Official Guide 2020 Bundle. Inside, you’ll find:
- An overview of the GMAT exam to familiarize yourself with its content and format
- 1,700 GMAT questions from real GMAT exams – 200 more questions than included with the 2019 edition of this bundle
- Detailed answer explanations for each exam question
- Actual essay topics, sample responses, and scoring information
- Comprehensive grammar and math review
- Focused study of verbal and quantitative exam sections with 300 bonus questions on each
- Questions organized in order of difficulty – easiest to hardest – to help focus your study
- Online access to all questions – plus additional Integrated Reasoning questions – via the GMAT Online Question Bank, where you can build your own practice sets and test your skills
Preparation pays off. Optimize your study time and get the most from your GMAT preparation with the GMAT Official Guide 2020 Bundle!
This product includes three print books with a unique code to access the GMAT Online Question Bank and mobile app.
The Graduate Management Admissions Council (GMAC) is the association of leading graduate business schools around the world. GMAC's mission is to meet the needs of business schools and students through a wide array of products, services, and programs, and the organization serves as a primary resource of research and information about quality graduate management education. GMAC is the owner and administrator of the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT). Created in 1954, the GMAT is the first and only standardized test specifically designed for graduate business and management programs. Available in over 100 countries, it is the global standard for entry to the MBA degree course. Currently about 2,100 schools and 5,900 programs have adopted the GMAT, and the test is taken approximately 230,000 times annually.
The GMAT Official Guide 2020 Bundle (currently $50) receives my firm recommendation because it provides a great source of around 1,700 real GMAT practice questions at a decent price. It contains the following 3 books:
1) The GMAT Official Guide 2020 (currently $30): https://www.amazon.com/GMAT-Official-Guide-2020-Online/dp/1119576067
2) The GMAT Official Guide Quantitative Review 2020 (currently $14): https://www.amazon.com/GMAT-Official-Guide-Quantitative-Review/dp/1119576083
3) The GMAT Official Verbal Quantitative Review 2020 (currently $15): https://www.amazon.com/GMAT-Official-Guide-Verbal-Review/dp/1119576113
It also includes access to an online version of the questions in the 3 books, as well as free access to the GMAT 2020 mobile app. However, since the Official Guide (OG) itself has over 1,000 questions by itself, it is worth asking yourself whether it is worth the extra $20 for access to an additional 600 GMAT questions in print.
This newest edition of the GMAT Official Guide (OG) Bundle is still the gold standard for realistic GMAT practice. For optimal results, use it in combination with other learning and strategy guides. If you think that you need all 3 books at once, then go ahead and buy this bundle to save a few dollars on the individual books: However, keep in mind that many students buy the bundle and end up only having the time to use the Official Guide ($30), which by itself has 1,000 questions (the additional 58 Integrated Reasoning questions are accessible only through the companion website, accessible with a code, due to their multimedia nature).
You might also want to consider purchasing the 2019 edition instead. Everyone always wants the newest edition, but sometimes the price difference can be significant, and the questions on the GMAT haven’t changed at all since 2012, so older editions of the OG are still helpful (though the structure of the test has changed slightly).
I recommend the “blind review” method, where you buy two books: one for taking notes and one for keeping blank so you can re-try questions without bias.
Is this book enough for a full preparation? For most students, the answer is no: although the very best source of practice questions, the GMAT OG Bundle is lacking from a learning and strategy standpoint. In addition, the answer explanations in the books are often convoluted, overly simplistic and/or incomplete. Thus, it is a good idea to use online forums such as GMAT Club (which provide answer explanations to official questions, as well as question classifications and links to similar practice questions), other GMAT strategy books such as “Ace the GMAT: Master the GMAT in 40 Days” by Brandon Royal, and of course plenty of computer-based practice tests to help you decode this complex standardized exam. If you still need more help, then consider a class, an online learning program, and/or a private GMAT tutor.
For my full list of personal GMAT prep recommendations, google "GMAT Action Plan: How to Study and Prepare for the Graduate Management Admission Test."
Best of luck on your GMAT and beyond,
The The GMAT Official Guide 2020 edition has the same questions as the 2019 edition, plus 114 total new questions:
- On the Quantitative Section, there are 6 Problem Solving (#96-101) and 56 Data Sufficiency.
- On the Verbal Section, there are 13 Sentence Correction, 29 Critical Reasoning, and 10 Reading Comprehension.
For those with the previous (2019) edition, here are all the new question numbers.
Quant: 96-100, 288-335, 346, 353, 363, 370, 371, 373, 376, 377, 381, 384.
Verbal: 494-501, 610-616, 618-623, 626, 627, 658, 661, 662, 664, 668, 673, 679, 688-690, 695-696, 699, 710, 704, 790-791, 794-797, 819, 821, 823-824, 827, 831-832, 836.
It also includes an online question bank, mobile app access, and 1,000+ questions with answer explanations.
The problem is downloading of electronic version of the book which is a horror story!
That is true, you will have an access on online questions bank on Wiley but I have never managed to download it on my computer to have offline access as well. Trying to download the ebook wasted my time and destroyed my nerves.
In order to download the books, you have to have a Wiley account in the first place, then Wiley sends you a link of EfficientLearning where you have to download the application in the first place in order to see the ebook on their app, EfficientLearning has its own technical problems and you have to spend a number of days in communication with their technical staff to solve your issue. You need to follow their instructions, then change everything on your computer and connect with Microsoft account in order to install their application on your deices. That is where the new bunch of problems start, Microsoft will not recognize your device and then they will ruin your nerves and wast your time again!
As a result you will waste your time and will not get an ebook!
Cannot you people just send us the PDF version of the book as well?!