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The GMATâ„¢ Official Advanced Questions is the newest prep product from the makers of the GMAT exam!

The GMATâ„¢ Official Advanced Questions is designed specifically for those who aspire to earn a high GMAT score, and who want to challenge themselves to perform at their full potential on exam day. This is the only Official Prep collection of 300 hard Quantitative Reasoning and Verbal Reasoning questions from past exams.

With it, you'll gain problem-solving strategies from subject matter experts-each with decades of experience writing and editing GMAT questions-who developed the answer explanations. An Online Question Bank is also included with purchase so that you can create your own custom practice sets, focus on specific fundamental skills, and track your performance.

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