New and Exclusive Questions in the 2016 Official Guide for GMAT Review Series

Jun 16, 2015
Tags: GMAT Prep, Official Guides, Prepare for the GMAT

We are proud to introduce three updated guides for use in your GMAT prep. As the newest update in our best-selling Official Guides Series, the 2016 edition is the only study series on the market offered by the makers of the exam, and the only one to include past GMAT® exam questions. These recently released Official Guide editions are available now and include:

  • The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 2016
  • The Official Guide for GMAT Quantitative Review, 2016
  • The Official Guide for GMAT Verbal Review, 2016

OG 2016 Books

These guides are a powerful all-in-one source of questions from past GMAT exams. They include a diagnostic section to help you assess where to focus your efforts and invaluable test-taking tips and strategies to help you get your best GMAT score.

We’ve taken this tried-and-true combination and made it even more valuable, with exclusive access to new content, including past test questions for Quantitative, Verbal and IR sections of the GMAT exam. This new content represents 25% of the three guides, a major update to the test items included, in order to offer you fresh content for your prep. These new questions are paired with improvements to the online interface making for easier access and usability.

All of the nearly 1,500 questions included in the three guides are real, past GMAT exam items, giving you a true experience when preparing for test day. The 2016 editions have been updated with 25% new content, compiled from past GMAT exam items, available exclusively in this series. This 25% update breaks down as follows:

  • 213 new items in the Official Guide
  • 75 new items in Quantitative Review
  • 76 new items in Verbal Review

This totals 364 past GMAT exam items new and exclusive to the 2016 edition of this series. That’s one new question each day for a year, with one day leftover to work through the remaining 1,093 items in this edition of the Official Guide series. Admittedly, this is probably not the best study strategy. You’re in control of how you use these guides and new content in your prep.

The print guides also are supported by a Web portal with exclusive videos providing insights and study tips from actual test takers. With an enhanced user interface for 2016, this online component allows you to create your own practice sets and exams, arranging questions by subject or difficulty level.

No matter how you decide to work through these guides, you’ll have the confidence of preparing with real GMAT exam items. These guides are available in our store, and you can use the links below to prepare the official way.

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