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Take this survey and help us figure out which GMAT study guides lead to the highest GMAT scores - your experience counts!

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1. When did you take the GMAT?

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2. How many times did you take the GMAT?

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3. What was your best score?

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4. Which prep book(s) did you use and how satisfied were you?

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The Official Guide for GMAT Review (stand-alone or bundled with Quantitative and/or Verbal Review books)
Manhattan GMAT Strategy Guides (complete set or individual volumes)
Veritas Prep Guides (complete set or individual volumes)
PowerScore 'GMAT Bible' series (complete set or individual volumes)
Kaplan 'GMAT Premier' series
Kaplan GMAT 800
Kaplan GMAT 2014 Strategies, Practice, and Review
Kaplan GMAT Verbal Workbook
Kaplan GMAT Math Workbook
Kaplan GMAT Math Foundations
Barron's GMAT
Barron's GMAT Math Workbook
Barron's Pass Key to the GMAT
McGraw Hill's GMAT
McGraw Hill 500 GMAT Math and Integrated Reasoning Questions
McGraw-Hill's Conquering GMAT Verbal and Writing
Princeton Review 'Cracking the GMAT' series
Princeton Review Math Workout for the New GMAT
Princeton Review 1,037 Practice Questions for the New GMAT
Peterson's Master the GMAT
Peterson's GRE/GMAT Math Review
GMAT for Dummies
Game Plan for the GMAT (Brandon Royal)
30 Day GMAT Success (Brandon Wu and Laura Pepper)
Total GMAT Math (Jeff Sackmann)
GMAT Math Prep Course (Jeff Kolby)
GMAT Clarity (Thomas Hall)

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5. Did you use a GMAT prep course company?

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6. Do you have any other comments on your GMAT test prep experience?

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