Series: Kaplan GMAT Review

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Kaplan 101 GMAT Verbal Practice Questions by Kaplan
Kaplan GMAT 800: Advanced Prep for Advanced Students (Kaplan Test Prep) by Kaplan
Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook by Kaplan
Kaplan Portable GMAT by Kaplan
GMAT 800, 2004-2005 Edition by Kaplan2004
Kaplan GMAT 2005 by Kaplan2005
Kaplan GMAT 800, 2006-2007 by Kaplan2006
Kaplan GMAT Premier 2007 by Kaplan2007
Kaplan GMAT Premier Program, 2009 by Kaplan2009
Kaplan GMAT Advanced 2009-2010 Edition: Intensive Prep for Top Students by Kaplan2009-2010
Kaplan GMAT Premier 2011 by Kaplan2011
Kaplan GMAT Premier 2014 by Kaplan2014
Kaplan GMAT Premier 2015 by Kaplan2014

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  1. The Official Guide for GMAT Review by Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) (1994)
  2. How to Prepare for the GMAT with CD-ROM by Eugene D. Jaffe (1982)
  3. Math Review For Standardized Tests by Jerry Bobrow (1985)
  4. Business School Essays that Made a Difference by Nedda Gilbert (2003)
  5. Kaplan GRE & GMAT Exams Writing Workbook by Kaplan (2005)
  6. Cracking the GMAT, 2007 Edition by Princeton Review (2000)
  7. Kaplan GRE Exam Verbal Workbook by Kaplan (1999)
  8. Sentence Correction GMAT Strategy Guide by Manhattan GMAT (2005)
  9. How to Get Into the Top MBA Programs by Richard Montauk (1997)
  10. Graduate Admissions Essays: Write Your Way into the Graduate School of Your Choice by Donald Asher (1991)
  11. Peterson's Graduate Programs In Engineering & Applied Sciences by Peterson's (1997)
  12. How to Write a Winning Personal Statement for Graduate and Professional School by Peterson's (1989)
  13. The Official SAT Study Guide by The College Board (2004)
  14. Cracking the GRE by Princeton Review (1997)
  15. The Official Guide to the GRE revised General Test by Educational Testing Service (1994)

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