About the Author
Jeff Sackmann has been helping students like you reach their GMAT score goals for nearly a decade. Jeff began as a star tutor and classroom teacher for a big test-prep company. Since 2006, he has focused on developing the best materials in the industry, saving you time, money, and stress.
Based in New York City, Jeff has created many resources for GMAT preparation, including the popular Total GMAT Math and Total GMAT Verbal, as well as 1,800 practice GMAT math questions and his Guides to the Official Guide.
New Book: GMAT 111
There are a lot of books on the market that aim to cover the content of the GMAT. Rarely does such a book provide an thorough strategy for studying, preparing, and attacking the entire test.
That's why I wrote GMAT 111: Tips, Tricks, and Tactics. Broken into 111 bite-size chapters, it walks you through the entire process, from determining a goal score, to encountering Data Sufficiency for the first time, to handling the stress of exam day.
More than anything else I've written, GMAT 111 is like a "Best of GMAT Hacks." For the last four years, I've been sharing my insights on this website. GMAT 111 organizes and combines them into one resource--and even long-time readers will find new concepts here to improve their score.
This book is designed to be concise and to-the-point. Each chapter is no longer than one page, meaning you can read and understand a new idea during downtime at work or in a few minutes before bed. Each concept is actionable, so you can immediately put it to work in your next study session.
But don't take my word for it! Check out the left-hand sidebar, where you can read the introduction and three sample chapters, as well as browse the full table of contents.
You can instantly download this 130-page eBook for only $9.99.
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