GMAT Self-Study Package

Manhattan Review's GMAT Self Study Package

Manhattan Review's GMAT self study package includes an extensive collection of materials that students can use to supplement their studies or review lessons they may have missed or forgotten. It's also fitting to give self-motivated students the best materials to help them to prepare for the GMAT test on their own. Our collection includes the following

  • Manhattan Review on Demand: A 28-hour comprehensive course taught by a Manhattan Review leading GMAT Instructor. The pre-recorded course is available on demand in a high quality audiovisual presentation, as a direct recording from our modern WebEx virtual classroom.
  • More than 20 hours of additional instructional video, also available on demand in a high quality audio video presentation.
  • 4 course books containing strategy, techniques, tips and tricks for mastering the nuances of the test and the different question formats.
  • 5 computer-adaptive GMAT practice tests designed to closely match the difficulty level and computer-adaptive format of the actual GMAT test.
  • More than 3,000 GMAT practice problems
  • Complimentary registration for an online workshop on applying to business school, including checklists and tips on what to do to maximize your chances.
  • One full year of access to all of the above.

GMAT Online Self-Study Package

Online Video Library, Books, 2 hours 1-on-1 Online Private Tutoring, 5 Practice Tests
GMAT Prep Course Online - Photo of Student Natalia

Now I am preparing for my GMAT tests. The course books Turbocharge Your GMAT and Official Guide For GMAT are very helpful. I think the combination of these two books is very good. What I like the most about Turbocharge Your GMAT course is Vocabulary lists. The other books don't provide such lists, but for me as a foreigner it is very important to learn the words that may appear in GMAT. For example, I was afraid not to understand a task in math section or to misunderstand it, and not to give correct answer to relatively easy question just because I didn't understand the data or the question. But after I learned Math Vocabulary list I very seldom misunderstand a task. Now the hardest GMAT task for me is Reading comprehension, because my vocabulary sometimes is not enough to understand a text, especially if it is historic matter. So now I am learning words from Vocabulary lists. Now I study hard every day, because I realize I am at a disadvantage in comparison to test takers, whose native language is English.
- Natalia (This student is based in Russia)