The data sufficiency problems on the GMAT are not anymore difficult than the content in the rest of the math section. Rather, the complicated directions are what increase the difficulty level. By working with Nova Press’s GMAT prep materials, you can know the directions before walking into the test and be clear on what they’re actually looking for. We outline how to work through a problem and give clear explanations, so you can follow the reasoning.
These questions are by far the most dreaded because they are unlike anything previously encountered. This section of the test cannot be “beaten” with a few quick tricks, but you can learn the tools necessary to master it. The first and only book of its kind, Nova’s GMAT Data Sufficiency Prep Course teaches you the mathematical and logical concepts you will need to solve even the most difficult data sufficiency questions. Plus, we’ll teach you how to think like a test writer to be able to spot the correct answers with confidence!
The book, comprising 24 chapters, includes a comprehensive review of all of the data sufficiency math available. To further your understanding, there are 196 examples and more than 200 exercises. We also go through step-by-step explanations for every question, so you can learn how to arrive at the correct answer for each question.
If you are aiming to get 700+ on the GMAT and are looking for a data sufficiency book to help you get there, you’re in the right place. Nova Press’s Data Sufficiency Prep Course will guide you through a thorough review of everything you need to know to master the data sufficiency portion of the GMAT.
Our other GMAT prep materials are available on a variety of platforms and help you prepare for a broader range of what will be on the test. These, too, work to help you prepare for data sufficiency, but their focus is divided between that and the rest of the math section, the verbal section, and the writing section. These materials are excellent choices in helping you prepare for the GMAT.
Originally posted 2012-08-23 02:22:43.