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# Books for Freshman of GMAT

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28 Jan 2013, 02:17
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Hi all,

I am Suri, it's so nice to join this club! ^__^! I am very new to GMAT and I intent to study GMAT by myself 'cause the tutor fee is expensive in my country!

So... Would you please to recommend me some books (e-book is preferred) for my self-study at home but I can still get high score in the GMAT exam???

Suri.

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28 Jan 2013, 09:59
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Hi. Welcome to GMAT Club. You are welcome to start here: gmat-study-plan-for-gmat-novices-start-your-gmat-journey-80727.html and take a look at the book suggestions.

P.S. The school costs are very high, so you may want to not try to save what is a 0.1% of the cost on books. But absolutely your choice and everyone's situation is different.
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28 Jan 2013, 11:04
Surituyen wrote:
Hi all,

I am Suri, it's so nice to join this club! ^__^! I am very new to GMAT and I intent to study GMAT by myself 'cause the tutor fee is expensive in my country!

So... Would you please to recommend me some books (e-book is preferred) for my self-study at home but I can still get high score in the GMAT exam???

Suri.

So Manhattan GMAT or Veritas Prep books are what everybody (myself included) refers. I am not sure about the veritas books but manhattan books are available on Kindle or the iPhone/iPad.
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# Books for Freshman of GMAT

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