Ace the Verbal section of the GMAT with Lend a hand from The Princeton Review.
Is a poor performance at the Verbal section of the GMAT dragging your total GMAT score down? If this is the case, Lend a hand is here. Designed for students who Wish to fine-tune their verbal skills, this 4th edition of The Princeton Review’s Verbal Workout for the GMAT provides the review and practice needed for mastery of Critical Reasoning, Reading Comprehension, and Sentence Correction problems.
Techniques That If truth be told Work.
• Tried-and-true tactics that will help you steer clear of traps and beat the Verbal section
• Tips for pacing yourself and crucial strategies that will help you work smarter, not harder
• In-depth instructions that will help you analyze an argument, write a high-scoring essay, read for understanding, and more
Everything You Wish to Know to Lend a hand Achieve a High Verbal Score.
• A thorough review of key skills for reading comprehension, argument analysis, grammar, and writing
• Expert review of all Verbal question types at the test
• Glossary of need-to-know terms, idioms, and grammar skills
Practice Your Way to Perfection.
• A practice GMAT Verbal section with detailed answer explanations
• Drills and practice questions all the way through every chapter