GMAT All the Quant: The definitive guide to the quant section of the GMAT
The content in the new Manhattan Prep GMAT All the Quant guide is an updated and expanded version of the content in the five-book GMAT Quant Strategy Guide Set, 6th ed. We’ve taken the five former quant guides―FDPs, Algebra, Word Problems, Number Properties, Geometry―and combined them into one comprehensive book, allowing students to learn more effectively across all topics. In addition, cross-topic and test-taking strategies have been expanded and interwoven throughout All the Quant, allowing students to build more advanced skills that will help them earn higher scores on the test.
GMAT All the Quant comes with access to Atlas, your online learning platform. Atlas includes an exclusive e-book containing additional chapters covering harder quant content, for those looking for an especially high quant score. Atlas also includes additional practice problems, a full-length adaptive practice exam, interactive video lessons, strategies for time management, and many other study resources.
All of the lessons and practice problems in the guide and in Atlas were created by expert instructors with 99th-percentile scores on the GMAT.
GMAT All the Quant provides detailed and specialized instruction on Fractions, Decimals, Percents, and Ratios, Algebra, Word Problems, Number Properties, and Geometry. Acing the GMAT requires more than tricks and tips—you've got to master the material and learn how to think your way through GMAT problems. Manhattan Prep guides contain the most in-depth, comprehensive materials available for GMAT studies and are the top-selling GMAT prep guides worldwide.
Looking for comprehensive prep for all sections of the GMAT, plus additional practice? Check out Manhattan Prep’s All the GMAT set of strategy guides.
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