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Online Question Bank InformationYour purchase of GMAT Official Guide 2018 offers the original purchaser access to the online questionbank and 58 Integrated Reasoning practice questions, and the diagnostic test for a period of 12 monthsfrom the date of activation.To obtain an access code, go to to verify your purchase. Once youverify your purchase, you will be emailed an access code and instructions for setting up a personal login.Note: GMAC and Wiley are not responsible for providing access to the online companion for customerswho purchase or borrow used copies of this book. This code will only provide you with access to thequestion bank. It will not work for other Wiley or GMAC password-protected websites.For customer support, please visit

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Letter from the President and CEO, GMAC v1. Is the GMAT Exam?What Is the GMAT Exam?Why Take the GMAT Exam?GMAT Exam FormatWhat Is the Content of the Test Like?Integrated Reasoning SectionQuantitative SectionVerbal SectionAnalytical Writing AssessmentWhat Computer Skills Will I Need?What Are the Test Centers Like?How Are Scores Calculated?Test Development Process23345666777782. to PrepareHow to PrepareHow Should I Prepare to Take the Test?What About Practice Tests?How Should I Use the Diagnostic Test?Where Can I Get Additional Practice?General Test-Taking iagnostic TestDiagnostic TestQuantitative QuestionsVerbal QuestionsQuantitative and Verbal Answer KeysInterpretive GuideQuantitative Answer ExplanationsVerbal Answer Explanations14151623404041604. ReviewMath ReviewArithmeticAlgebraGeometryWord blem SolvingProblem SolvingTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsPractice QuestionsAnswer KeyAnswer 46.5Data SufficiencyData SufficiencyTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsPractice QuestionsAnswer KeyAnswer Explanations264265266268270288289Table of Contents ComprehensionReading ComprehensionWhat Is MeasuredTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsPractice QuestionsAnswer KeyAnswer ReasoningCritical ReasoningWhat Is MeasuredTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsPractice QuestionsAnswer KeyAnswer CorrectionSentence CorrectionBasic English Grammar RulesStudy SuggestionsWhat Is MeasuredTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsPractice QuestionsAnswer KeyAnswer ReasoningIntegrated ReasoningWhat Is MeasuredThe Question TypesTest-Taking StrategiesThe .411.511.6Analytical Writing AssessmentAnalytical Writing AssessmentWhat Is MeasuredTest-Taking StrategiesThe DirectionsGMAT Scoring Guide: Analysis of an ArgumentSample: Analysis of an ArgumentAnalysis of an Argument Sample Topics800801801802802803805809Answer SheetsDiagnostic Answer Sheet—QuantitativeDiagnostic Answer Sheet—VerbalProblem Solving Answer SheetData Sufficiency Answer SheetReading Comprehension Answer SheetCritical Reasoning Answer SheetSentence Correction Answer Sheet841841841842843844845846Appendix A

Dear GMAT Test-Taker,Thank you for your interest in graduate management education. Taking the GMAT exam lets schoolsknow that you’re serious about your graduate business education. By using the Official Guide to preparefor the GMAT, you’re taking a very important step toward achieving your goals and pursuing admissionto a high-quality business school or master’s program.This book, GMAT Official Guide 2018, is designed to help you prepare for and build confidence to doyour best on the GMAT exam. It’s the only guide of its kind on the market that includes real GMATexam questions published by the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), the makers ofthe exam.GMAC was founded by the world’s leading business schools in 1953. The GMAT exam was developedto help people who aspire to careers in management demonstrate their command of the skills neededfor success in the classroom. Schools use and trust the GMAT exam as part of their admissions processbecause it’s an excellent predictor of classroom success and your ability to excel in your chosen program.Today more than 6,500 graduate programs around the world use the GMAT exam to establish theirMBA, graduate-level management degrees and specialized programs as hallmarks of excellence. Nine outof 10 new MBA enrollments at Top 50 US full-time MBA programs are made using a GMATscore.These facts make us proud and drive us to keep improving the GMAT as well as play a role in helpingyou find and gain admission to the best school or program for you. We’re committed to ensuringthat no talent goes undiscovered, and that more people around the world can pursue opportunities ingraduate management education.I applaud your commitment to educational success, and I know that this book and the other OfficialGMAT preparation materials available at will give you the confidence to achieve yourpersonal best on the GMAT exam and launch or reinvigorate a rewarding career.I wish you the best success on all your educational and professional endeavors in the future.Sincerely,Sangeet ChowflaCEO of the Graduate Management Admission Council

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1.0 What Is the GMAT Exam?1.0 What Is the GMAT Exam?The Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT ) exam is a standardized exam used inadmissions decisions by more than 6,500 graduate management programs worldwide. It helps you gauge,and demonstrate to schools, your academic potential for success in graduate-level management studies.The four‐part exam measures your Analytical Writing, Verbal, Quantitative, and Integrated Reasoningskills—higher‐order reasoning skills that management faculty worldwide have identified as importantfor incoming students to have. “Higher-order” reasoning skills involve complex judgments, and includecritical thinking, analysis, and problem solving. Unlike undergraduate grades and curricula, which varyin their meaning across regions and institutions, your GMAT scores provide a standardized, statisticallyvalid and reliable measure of how you are likely to perform academically in the core curriculum of agraduate management program. The GMAT exam’s validity, fairness, and value in admissions have beenwell‐established through numerous academic studies.The GMAT exam is delivered entirely in English and solely on a computer. It is not a test of businessknowledge, subject matter mastery, English vocabulary, or advanced computational skills. The GMATexam also does not measure other factors related to success in graduate management study, such as jobexperience, leadership ability, motivation, and interpersonal skills. Your GMAT score is intended to beused as one admissions criterion among other, more subjective, criteria, such as admissions essays andinterviews.1.1 Why Take the GMAT Exam?Launched in 1954 by a group of nine business schools toprovide a uniform measure of the academic skills needed tosucceed in their programs, the GMAT exam is now usedby more than 6,500 graduate management programs atapproximately 2,100 institutions worldwide.Taking the GMAT exam helps you stand out in theadmissions process and demonstrate your readiness andcommitment to pursuing graduate management education.Schools use GMAT scores to help them select the mostqualified applicants—because they know that candidateswho take the GMAT exam are serious about earning agraduate business degree, and it’s a proven predictor of astudent’s ability to succeed in his or her chosen program.When you consider which programs to apply to, you canlook at a school’s use of the GMAT exam as one indicatorof quality. Schools that use the GMAT exam typically listscore ranges or average scores in their class profiles, so youmay also find these profiles helpful in gauging the academiccompetitiveness of a program you are considering and howwell your performance on the exam compares with that ofthe students enrolled in the program.Myth -vs- FACTM – If I don’t achieve a high scoreon the GMAT, I won’t get intomy top choice schools.F – There are great schoolsavailable for candidates at anyGMAT score range.Fewer than 50 of the more than 250,000people taking the GMAT exam each year geta perfect score of 800; and many more getinto top business school programs aroundthe world each year. Admissions Officersuse GMAT scores as one component in theiradmissions decisions, in conjunction withundergraduate records, application essays,interviews, letters of recommendation, andother information when deciding whomto accept into their programs. Visit SchoolFinder on to learn about schoolsthat are the best fit for you.No matter how you perform on the GMAT exam, you should contact the schools that interest youto learn more and to ask how they use GMAT scores and other criteria (such as your undergraduategrades, essays, and letters of recommendation) in their admissions processes. School admissions3

GMAT Official Guide 2018offices, web sites, and materials published by schools are the key sources of information when you aredoing research about where you might want to go to business school.For more information on the GMAT, test preparation materials, registration, how to use and send yourGMAT scores to schools, and applying to business school, please visit GMAT Exam FormatThe GMAT exam consists of four separately timed sections(see the table on the next page). For the Analytical WritingAssessment (AWA) essay prompt, you will have 30 minutesto type your essay on a computer keyboard. The 30-minuteIntegrated Reasoning section features 12 question promptsin four different formats. There are two 75-minute,multiple-choice sections: the Quantitative section, with 37questions, and the Verbal section, with 41 questions.The Verbal and Quantitative sections of the GMAT examare computer adaptive, which means that the test drawsfrom a large bank of questions to tailor itself to your abilitylevel, and you won’t get many questions that are too hardor too easy for you. The first question will be of mediumdifficulty. As you answer each question, the computer scoresyour answer and uses it—as well as your responses to allpreceding questions—to select the next question.Computer‐adaptive tests become more difficult the morequestions you answer correctly, but if you get a questionthat seems easier than the last one, it does not necessarilymean you answered the last question incorrectly. The testhas to cover a range of content, both in the type of questionasked and the subject matter presented.Myth -vs- FACTM – Getting an easier questionmeans I answered the lastone wrong.F – You should not becomedistracted by the difficulty levelof a question.Most people are not skilled at estimatingquestion difficulty, so don’t worry whentaking the test or waste valuable time tryingto determine the difficulty of the question youare answering.To ensure that everyone receives the samecontent, the test selects a specific numberof questions of each type. The test may callfor your next problem to be a relatively harddata sufficiency question involving arithmeticoperations. But, if there are no morerelatively difficult data sufficiency questionsinvolving arithmetic, you might be given aneasier question.Because the computer uses your answers to select your next questions, you may not skip questions or goback and change your answer to a previous question. If you don’t know the answer to a question, try toeliminate as many choices as possible, then select the answer you think is best.Though the individual questions are different, the mix of question types is the same for every GMATexam. Your score is determined by the difficulty and statistical characteristics of the questions youanswer as well as the number of questions you answer correctly. By adapting to each test‐taker, theGMAT exam is able to accurately and efficiently gauge skill levels over a full range of abilities, fromvery high to very low.The test includes the types of questions found in this book and in the online Integrated Reasoningcomponent, but the format and presentation of the questions are different on the computer. When youtake the test: Only one question or question prompt at a time is presented on the computer screen. The answer choices for the multiple‐choice questions will be preceded by circles, rather than byletters.4

1.3 What Is the GMAT Exam? What Is the Content of the Test Like? Different question types appear in random order in the multiple‐choice and Integrated Reasoningsections. You must select your answer using the computer. You must choose an answer and confirm your choice before moving on to the next question. You may not go back to previous screens to change answers to previous questions.Format of the GMAT ExamQuestionsTimingAnalytical WritingAnalysis of an Argument130 min.Integrated ReasoningMulti‐Source ReasoningTable AnalysisGraphics InterpretationTwo‐Part Analysis1230 min.Optional breakQuantitativeProblem SolvingData Sufficiencyup to 8 min.37Optional breakVerbalReading ComprehensionCritical ReasoningSentence Correction75 min.up to 8 min.4175 min.Total Time:210 min.1.3 What Is the Content of the Test Like?The GMAT exam measures higher‐order analytical skills encompassing several types of reasoning. TheAnalytical Writing Assessment asks you to analyze the reasoning behind an argument and respondin writing; the Integrated Reasoning section asks you to interpret and synthesize information frommultiple sources and in different formats to make reasoned conclusions; the Quantitative section asksyou to reason quantitatively using basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry; and the Verbal section asksyou to read and comprehend written material and to reason and evaluate arguments.Test questions may address a variety of subjects, but all of the information you need to answer thequestions will be included on the exam, with no outside knowledge of the subject matter necessary. TheGMAT exam is not a test of business knowledge, English vocabulary, or advanced computational skills.You will need to read and write in English and have basic math and English skills to perform well onthe test, but its difficulty comes from the English analytical and critical thinking abilities.The questions in this book are organized by question type and from easiest to most difficult, but keep in mindthat when you take the test, you may see different types of questions in any order within each section.5

GMAT Official Guide 20181.4 Integrated Reasoning SectionThe Integrated Reasoning section highlights the relevant skills that business managers in today’s datadriven world need in order to analyze sophisticated streams of data and solve complex problems. Itmeasures your ability to understand and evaluate multiple sources and types of information—graphic,numeric, and verbal—as they relate to one another; use both quantitative and verbal reasoning to solvecomplex problems; and solve multiple problems in relation to one another.Four types of questions are used in the Integrated Reasoning section: Multi‐Source Reasoning Table Analysis Graphics Interpretation Two‐Part AnalysisIntegrated Reasoning questions may be quantitative, verbal, or a combination of both. You will have tointerpret graphics and sort tables to extract meaning from data, but advanced statistical knowledge andspreadsheet manipulation skills are not necessary. You will have access to an on-screen calculator withbasic functions for the Integrated Reasoning section, but note that the calculator is not available on theQuantitative section.To review the Integrated Reasoning question types and test‐taking tips, see chapter 10. For practicequestions of each format, with full answer explanations, visit the Integrated Reasoning onlinecomponent using your unique access code found in the inside front cover of the book.1.5 Quantitative SectionThe GMAT Quantitative section measures your ability to reason quantitatively, solve quantitativeproblems, and interpret graphic data.Two types of multiple‐choice questions are used in the Quantitative section: Problem Solving Data SufficiencyBoth are intermingled throughout the Quantitative section, and require basic knowledge of arithmetic,elementary algebra, and commonly known concepts of geometry.To review the basic mathematical concepts that you will need to answer Quantitative questions, see themath review in chapter 4. For test‐taking tips specific to the question types in the Quantitative section,practice questions, and answer explanations, see chapters 5 and 6.1.6 Verbal SectionThe GMAT Verbal section measures your ability to read and comprehend written material and toreason and evaluate arguments. The Verbal section includes reading sections from several differentcontent areas. Although you may be generally familiar with some of the material, neither the readingpassages nor the questions assume detailed knowledge of the topics discussed.6

1.7 What Is the GMAT Exam? Analytical Writing AssessmentThree types of multiple‐choice questions are intermingled throughout the Verbal section: Reading Comprehension Critical Reasoning Sentence CorrectionAll three require basic knowledge of the English language, but the Verbal section is not a test ofadvanced vocabulary.For test‐taking tips specific to each question type in the Verbal section, practice questions, and answerexplanations, see chapters 7 through 9.1.7 Analytical Writing AssessmentThe Analytical Writing Assessment (AWA) consists of one 30‐minute writing task: Analysis of anArgument. The AWA measures your ability to think critically, communicate your ideas, and formulatean appropriate and constructive critique. You will type your essay on a computer keyboard.For test‐taking tips, sample essay responses, answer explanations, and sample Analysis of an Argumenttopics, see chapter 11.1.8 What Computer Skills Will I Need?The GMAT exam requires only computer skills. You will type your AWA essay on the computerkeyboard using standard word‐processing keystrokes. In the Integrated Reasoning andmultiple‐choice sections, you will select your responses using either your computer mouse or thekeyboard. The Integrated Reasoning section includes basic computer navigation and functions, such asclicking on tabs and using drop‐down menus to sort tables and select answers.1.9 What Are the Test Centers Like?The GMAT exam is administered under standardized conditions at test centers worldwide. Each testcenter has a proctored testing room with individual computer workstations that allow you to sit for theexam under quiet conditions and with some privacy. You will be able to take two optional 8-minutebreaks during the course of the exam. You may not take notes or scratch paper with you into the testingroom, but an erasable notepad and marker will be provided for you to use during the test.1.10 How Are Scores Calculated?Verbal and Quantitative sections are scored on a scale of 0 to 60, with scores below 6 or above 51extremely rare. The Total GMAT score ranges from 200 to 800 and is based on your performance inthese two sections. Your score is determined by: The number of questions you answer The number of questions you answer correctly or incorrectly The level of difficulty and other statistical characteristics of each question7

GMAT Official Guide 2018Your Verbal, Quantitative, and Total GMAT scores are determined by a complex mathematicalprocedure that takes into account the difficulty of the questions that were presented to you and howyou answered them. When you answer the easier questions correctly, you get a chance to answer harderquestions, making it possible to earn a higher score. After you have completed all the questions on thetest, or when your time is expired, the computer will calculate your scores. Your scores on the Verbal andQuantitative sections are combined to produce your Total score which ranges from 200 to 800 in10 point increments.The Analytical Writing Assessment consists of one writing task, Analysis of an Argument, and your essaywill be scored two times independently. Essays are evaluated by college and university faculty membersfrom a variety of disciplines, including management education, who rate the overall quality of your criticalthinking and writing. (For details on how readers are qualified, visit In addition, your responsemay be scored by an automated scoring program designed to reflect the judgment of expert readers.Your essay is scored on a scale of 0 to 6, in half point increments, with 6 being the highest score and0 the lowest. A score of zero is given for responses that are off topic, are in a foreign language, merelyattempt to copy the topic, consist only of keystroke characters, or are blank. Your AWA score is typicallythe average of two independent ratings. If the independent scores vary by more than a point, a thirdreader adjudicates, but because of ongoing training and monitoring, discrepancies are rare.Your Integrated Reasoning section is scored on a scale of 1 to 8, in one-point increments. You mustanswer all parts of a single question correctly in order to receive credit. No partial credit is given. Likeyour AWA score, your Integrated Reasoning score will not count toward your Total score.Your Analytical Writing Assessment and Integrated Reasoning scores are computed and reported separatelyfrom the other sections of the test and have no effect on your Verbal, Quantitative, or Total scores. Theschools that you have designated to receive your scores may receive a copy of your Analytical WritingAssessment essay with your score report. Your own copy of your score report will not include your essay.Your GMAT score includes a percentile ranking that compares your skill level with other test-takersfrom the past three years. The percentile rank of your score shows the percentage of tests taken withscores lower than your score. Every July, percentile ranking tables are updated. Visit to viewthe most recent percentile rankings tables.1.11 Test Development ProcessThe GMAT exam is developed by experts who use standardized procedures to ensure high‐quality,widely-appropriate test material. All questions are subjected to independent reviews and are revisedor discarded as necessary. Multiple‐choice questions are tested during GMAT exam administrations.Analytical Writing Assessment tasks are tested on registrants and then assessed for theirfairness and reliability. For more information on test development, visit

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2.0 How to Prepare2.0 How to Prepare2.1 How Should I Prepare to Take the Test?The GMAT exam is designed specifically to measure reasoning skills needed for managementeducation, and the test contains several question formats unique to the GMAT exam. At a minimum,you should be familiar with the test format and the question formats before you sit for the test. Becausethe GMAT exam is a timed exam, you should practice answering test questions, not only to betterunderstand the question formats and the skills they require, but also to help you learn to pace yourselfso you can finish each section when you sit for the exam.Because the exam measures reasoning rather thansubject matter knowledge, you most likely will not findit helpful to memorize facts. You do not need to studyadvanced mathematical concepts, but you should be sureyour grasp of basic arithmetic, algebra, and geometry issound enough that you can use these skills in quantitativeproblem solving. Likewise, you do not need to studyadvanced vocabulary words, but you should have a firmunderstanding of basic English vocabulary and grammarfor reading, writing, and reasoning.Myth -vs- FACTM – You need very advanced mathskills to get a high GMAT score.F – The GMAT measures yourreasoning and critical thinkingabilities, rather than youradvanced math skills.The GMAT exam only requires basic quantitativeThis book and other study materials released by theskills. You should review the math skills(algebra, geometry, basic arithmetic) presentedGraduate Management Admission Council (GMAC)in this guide (chapter 4) and the GMAT are the ONLY source of questions that have been retiredOfficial Guide Quantitative Review 2018. Thefrom the GMAT exam. All questions that appear ordifficulty of GMAT Quantitative questions stemshave appeared on the GMAT exam are copyrighted andfrom the logic and analysis used to solve theproblems and not the underlying math skills.owned by GMAC, which does not license them to bereprinted elsewhere. Accessing live Integrated Reasoning,Quantitative, or Verbal test questions in advance or sharing test content during or after you take the testis a serious violation, which could cause your scores to be canceled and schools to be notified. In cases ofa serious violation, you may be banned from future testing and other legal remedies may be pursued.2.2 What About Practice Tests?The Quantitative and Verbal sections of the GMAT exam are computer adaptive, and the IntegratedReasoning section includes questions that require you to use the computer to sort tables and navigate todifferent sources of information. Our official practice materials will help you get comfortable with theformat of the test and better prepare for exam day. Two full-length GMAT practice exams are available at nocharge for those who have created an account on The practice exams include computer‐adaptiveQuantitative and Verbal sections, plus additional practice questions, information about the test, and tutorialsto help you become familiar with how the GMAT exam will appear on the computer screen at the test center.To m

Table of Contents Letter from the President and CEO, GMAC v 1.0 What Is the GMAT Exam?2 1.0 What Is the GMAT Exam? 3 1.1 Why Take the GMAT Exam? 3 1.2 GMAT Exam Format 4 1.3 What Is the Content of the Test Like? 5 1.4 Integrated Reasoning Section 6 1.5 Quantitative Section 6 1.6 Verbal

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