Get to Know the New GMAT

By - Jun 6, 22:00 PM Comments [3]

The New GMAT is Here.

Kaplan has the resources you need to succeed on the updated exam.

The GMAT has changed this month — and Kaplan is here to make sure you're ready to take on the new test. The updated GMAT features a slightly tweaked exam structure and a brand new section, Integrated Reasoning, which introduces four new question types and a separate score. What this means for you is more hours of studying if you want to achieve a competitive score.

Kaplan's GMAT courses include a dedicated Integrated Reasoning session and full-length IR test sections for all 9 CATs included in the program. We've worked with GMAC, the test maker, to ensure you have everything you need to prepare for the new test. We've also put the latest news, new practice questions and helpful resources in our GMAT 2012 Test Change Info Center, testchange.com, your hub for all things related to the new exam.

You're facing a tougher road to an elite score, but Kaplan knows the way to get you there. Visit us to see what's new with the GMAT and learn more about our programs.

Warm Regards,
The team at Kaplan GMAT

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  1. Aditya January 22, 1:28 AM

    Hi,

    I want to buy the kaplan series for GMAT for Self study purpose. Could you please let me know the list of books which would be sufficient and cover all the topics for self study ?
    Thanks

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    1. gmatclub January 23, 6:00 PM

      You can get the Kaplan Premier + Kaplan Math Workbook and Kaplan Verbal workbook. I have used this combination to study (you should also get the OG13).
      There are a number of other combinations/options available here: http://gmatclub.com/forum/best-gmat-books-118706.html
      -BB

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      1. Shiksha Salahkaar May 2, 3:03 AM

        Thank you for sharing the link. It will prove to be very useful to students willing to read for GMAT.

        Reply