As someone who has taken and passed the GMAT exam with 700+ score, I can tell you that it’s not such a straight forward exam. Not that the exam questions are hard, but you are going to get the best result only when you have prepared hard for the exam. It’s not a short test, so it’s going to test your patience. It’s also based on an adaptive system, so you certainly don’t want to miss the early questions.
One of the best ways to prepare for your GMAT exam is by going over the official guide that is available on the market. I encourage everyone planning to take the test to review that book a few times before sitting for the test. But that’s not all you should do. The more practice you get, the better prepared you will be for your test. That’s where GMAT iPhone apps come in. They let you prepare for all aspects of the exam and make it easy to go over the most important topics when you are close to your test date.
If you are looking to take the GMAT exam anytime soon, here are 6 GMAT apps for iPhone that you may want to try:
GMAT ToolKit: a complete training app for GMAT that lets you prepare for your verbal and math sections of the test. It comes with super hard questions that you can practice to go for a 700+ score.
GRE® and GMAT® Vocabulary Builder: has over 600 words that you will need to know for the verbal section of the test. It enables you to study and test yourself on material on the go.
330 GMAT Math Questions: features 330+ questions on the math section of the test. The questions/answers are displayed on flash-cards, so you can go over them as fast as as your prefer.
GMAT Connect: it’s one of the best GMAT apps around. Comes with thousands of questions and hundreds of study pages. You can even create study events with friends.
Kaplan GMAT Flashcards: another flashcard application for GMAT candidates. Has over 1000 Kaplan questions that you can go over to test your knowledge. Pretty useful as you get close to your exam date.
GMAT Practice Quiz: a free iPhone application for GMAT candidates that give you the much needed practice on the go. Pretty useful when you are done reading.
MBA 101: if you have taken your test and are preparing to start your classes, I strongly encourage using this app or other MBA 101 training material to get a head start ahead of time.
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