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The most powerful preparation tools from GMAT Club: ✓ Build your own questions set ✓ Keep grader/error/time log for Official GMAC books ✓ Always study in timed mode with the GMAT timer ✓ Learn idioms on the go ✓ Stay motivated with inspiring quotes from GMAT Club members
✓ App comes with 111 extra hard 700+ GMAT quantitative questions ✓ 103 questions from Knewton ✓ 77 challenge questions from Manhattan GMAT ✓ 181 questions from Princeton Review ✓ 236 questions from Manhattan Review ✓ Ability to download additional questions from GMAT Club's forum (2500+ questions) for free. ✓ Enhanced filter that allows to create work set from available questions using many different criteria. ✓ Time yourself on a question by question basis ✓ Bookmark questions to take later or create a custom test ✓ Detailed explanations for each question and support from the GMAT Club community ✓ A "shake" gesture make it easy to repeat last action. ✓ backup and transfer your historical data in the Practice tool from one device to another (for example, from your iPhone to iPad).
OG TRACKER - a must-have grader/error/time log for Official GMAC books:
✓ The Official Guide 12th Edition ✓ The GMAT Quantitative Review 2nd Edition ✓ The GMAT Verbal Review 2nd Edition ✓ The Official Guide 11th Edition ✓ The GMAT OG Quantitative Review 1nd Edition ✓ The GMAT OG Verbal Review 1nd Edition ✓ Instant answer checking. ✓ "guess" and sorting options (number, time, wrong answer, guess). ✓ Tag Cloud - a powerful tool for analyzing OG books statistics. (!) The Books tool doesn't contain neither questions nor explanations from OG Books and using of the tool as a grader/error/time log is possible only together with the OG paper books.
TIMER – the most sophisticated GMAT timer specifically designed for GMAT preparation.
✓ Use it with a quantitative GMAT section, verbal GMAT section, or with any set of GMAT questions. Use with GMAT Books and paper tests to get the most out of them ✓ Run it in a count-down or a timer mode ✓ Track extended information: time spent on the current question, average time per question and time remaining. ✓ Pause timer as needed and the timer will automatically save your session ✓ Know when you are falling behind on your questions with vibration and color notifications ✓ Manage/edit/rename sessions and records to easily identify them and compare performance ✓ Email the entire practice log to store and analyze on your computer ✓ Use it as an error log ✓ "guess" option and sorting in the Timer
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We have completed our work on next, the most powerful tool: BOOKS - must-have supplement to The Official Guide 12th Edition (OG12) and The Official Guide 11th Edition (OG11). It will take a few weeks for Apple to accept the update.
With BOOKS you will easily keep your error/time log! _________________
The money spent on GMATToolKit has by far been the best investment I have made for my entire GMAT preparation. This has been my GMAT study companion for past 2 months. During this time, I believe, I have spent more time on this app than all other apps combined. I just can't imagine my GMAT preparation without this app. If there was a way to donate, I would gladly pay more for this app.
I have gazillion tips and tricks that I have developed using this app, and best practices to make the BEST out of this app. I have created awesome error-logs, based on my needs, using the app's build-in error-log, which I extract by exporting it to my email. Once my GMAT is done and I have more time, I will share all these tips and tricks, along with best practices, in details - I just don't have time right now. I still wanted to take this opportunity to recognize walker and bb for their tremendous work creating the app. I will share all my artifacts after my GMAT, i.e., in 3 weeks.
If you are preparing for GMAT and have an iDevice, I can't recommend anything more than this app
Good luck everybody! And thanks again to walker and bb.
Why dont we integrate both the apps instead of one ?, it would be easier for the users to have a single app rather than multiple apps.
We are going to support 3 applications that don't overlap: GMAT Club - a cheap "light" application for everybody who wants to try. GMAT ToolKit - useful tools for preparation. GMAT Tests (?) - more than 500+ questions.
There are a few reasons why we don't integrate all functionality in one application: - one application would cost more. So, if somebody needs only tests or tools at the moment, or want just look at what we have in "light" version, he or she has a choice. - we want to know how will be popular two different things: tests and tools. So, popularity of separate applications is better marketing indicator how we should move forward. _________________
I'm very close to finish a next tool, I would say the most powerful one that I'm going to add in the next update. I hope these tools will really be useful for majority of test takers. _________________
(!) 03/08/2010 - A new essential update was submitted for review. GMAT ToolKit becomes an open two-way street for test takers and Prep companies! Get additional 236 questions from our partner Manhattan Review and download CR questions from GMAT Club's forum.
+ 236 additional questions from our partner, Manhattan Review (GMAT Prep and MBA Admission) + Critical Reasoning questions can be add to "My Set" from GMAT Club's forum + Tags for the Official Guide 12th edition for all questions + fixed mirror typos in Idioms (thanks for feedback) + A new tool: Courses. _________________
Toolkit has come such a long way, great job walker!
Some thoughts: The YouTube demo could use a narrator/voice over or at least some cheesy transition music on the intro logo/icon. Maybe there's some kudos for people willing to write a script or volunteer their voice? (If given a script to read, I'd definitely be willing audition my voice talent )
Also, I bet there'd be a couple of kudos points for anyone willing to write a How-to Guide or Instruction Manual post to help new users get the most out of the Toolkit.
I'd like to help GMATclub out and volunteer these things myself, but I can't let myself get distracted right now as I am almost done with the CPA exam!
Other thoughts/feature requests: - iPad Screen Resolution Support? The 1x zoom is ok, but native full screen would be nice. - Or maybe even an iPad Special Edition with extra features that take advantage of the screen size and landscape view. For example, the ability to type notes on (Books/Timer/Practice Set) questions or a scratch paper/drawing area to workout math problems by finger as a stylus? I'd guess implementing those 2 features would take some time, but definitely be baller status! - For the Voices, you should also put in a "Shake" button like in Idioms... shaking an iPad is a two handed effort! - Maybe add a dedicated "Help" icon with How-to/Getting-Started info? It might be useful for those without WiFi/3G and can't access the forum.
*Note: I haven't really used the ToolKit since January and have only played around with it on occasion to sample the new features/updates. My apologies if any of my suggestions already exist.
**Note 2: FWIW, my iPod Touch was stolen so now I'm using Toolkit on my new iPad. _________________
+ "scratch pad" for iPhone/iPod so far (I guess iPad support will be added in 1.4.3 update) + font adjustment. It's a simple but important feature that allows to find individual balance between amount of information on a iPhone/iPod screen and readability.
The most significant update (1.6.0) is now available for download!
+ 10 famous Manhattan GMAT books available through in-app store at the best possible price - $9.99/book + Google Dictionary integration (Especially useful for non-native English speakers). + Flashcards (95 math + 191 idioms) with natural and simple interface. + Tag search in the Books tool.
Thanks for the update. I love the new flashcard feature and the tag search.
I want to make a suggestion. I use custom timer as an error log to do RC99, Aristotle SC / CR, Kaplan, Mgmat. Thus I have A LOT of entries in the Result section of the custom timer. Please add the feature that allows the user to edit the position of the entries. So I can group the same entries together. Thanks.
Yesterday, I finally took a stab at the game. I spent 1-1.5hrs yesterday. Finish all the levels in a stretch :p and reached ~8000. Then I played few of the f'ed up levels - some of the start and middle levels - again and reached ~8500 . I will give it shot again some other time; maybe when after my GMAT, will see. I am badly struggling at verbal here and want to devote next 7 days hard-core in verbal - as if I am not doing that already but HOPE! Definitely the game is exciting and "thrilling", as I had to really freaking concentrate towards the end. The last few of levels are really tensed, and I did not get all right in last 3-4 levels. Thanks for creating the game.
wow, you are so close to 9035! Taking into account that I got Q50 and created all those questions, you don't need to spent time on quant any more Good luck with Verbal and GMAT!
I was feeling like puking after thoroughly reviewing a couple of MGMAT SC chapters w/ OG questions again for the whole freaking day. So, to relax myself I thought I will take a stab at the game again - spent another ~45mins replaying some of the levels again. I think I beat you :p (please find attached images for proof :D). I still have to finish the last couple of levels w/o dying once :p - that will be after GMAT!
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Just a quick note to those maintaining it - going in and out of the "scratch" paper mode clears it in the latest version for me. It was preferable when it was maintained so that I could compare my notes with what the explanation says, or to see if I made a careless calculation error.
having completed nearly 60% of all OG12 SC questions (while studying with MGMAT SC) I procrastinated entering all the data in my error log, just wrote down my answers, whether true/false, and the reason for mistakes. Now I found out what beauty you've created - the wonderful OG Tracker within my GMAT Toolkit and wanted to ask:
1. How to enter all answers to the questions which I've already solved without the timer running? 2. Is there a way to use the OG Tracker when doing OG questions, but not in the same sequence as they are in the OG book? (I'm currently doing them in the sequence proposed by MGMAT and so the timer automatically goes on to the next question, which I don't want to do right now)
I'll be grateful if you can elaborate on this two questions shortly!
Have a nice day! Again thanks for the great app and service you provide!
As for the 2nd question, you could also buy Manhattan GMAT's OG guide within the app. The ebook is linked to the OG tracker. If you are in the ebook and want to do questions by topic, the OG tracker will give you only that selection of questions from the OG, and your answers will be saved both in the tracker as well as the OG guide.
Currently that's only possible for OG12 though. But I think that's good enough.
By the way, walker - about two months ago I reported (via email) a small typo within the OG guide (see attached screenshot, under percents). Would really appreciate if that could be fixed at some point. Thanks a lot!
I also had a question regarding the practice questions inside the GMAT Toolkit. Are these the same as the GMATClub Tests, or is there some kind of overlap? I'm not sure whether to use those practice questions and/or the GMATClub Tests.
Hey walker, Can I suggest one more thing? In the GMAT toolkit news section,in the question of the day the iPad version has the answers written right there. And without swiping the mouse the answer is seen, I think it's made for windows and in iPad it got screwed up. A reveal/obscure button wold be perfect. I am sorry for being critical, however I think GMAT toolkit and OG should be all we need for GMAT. Again, thanks for the awesome app
Android: 1.0.1 update will fix minor bugs reported by our first users. (I can't believe we finally made it ). After a few technical updates we are going to keep adding more functionality to it closing the gap between Android and iOS versions.
iOS: The next 1.6.18 update will include 4 major things: - iOS6 & iPhone 5 taller display support - The famous GMAT Club's discussion of the OG13 questions will be linked in the OG tracker. - Links to the OG13 data in the OG Tracker will be added to MGMAT interactive books. - updated Flashcards and Game tools.
Thanks for your feedback and reviews in the Google Play and App Store! Walker _________________
Walker, I am pretty new here (at least the particular question number update arrived before I joined gmatclub), and just wanted to tell you that it was probably the most useful update ever! Thousands of hypothetical kudos and a couple of real ones. Souvik _________________
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