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# Barron's Gmat: How to Prepare for the Graduate for the Gradu

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03 Jul 2004, 00:37
Agree with BB on this one. It is awful.
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12th Edition sucks too! [#permalink]

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08 Dec 2005, 21:33
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Unfortunately, not much progress has been made in the 12th edition.

Lack of explanations, and still plagued with errors. I find it very frustrating when you're questioning the source that's supposed to be giving you the right answers.

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23 Sep 2006, 21:21
I am using the 13th edition...the book has it's pros and cons. I like how the content of the book is structured. It has more questions than theory, which is what I like. I can look up test strategies and theories on the forum so it's not a problem for me.

But the cons is that it doesn't have essay samples and lack of probablity theories. I ended up looking for it on gmat club. The reason I bought this book was that I used the Barrons TOEFL bk and I liked it. So I decide to buy the GMAT book.

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