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Manual for the GMAT*Exam
version 8.0
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Manual for the GMAT*Exam
version 8.0
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced for distribution
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This Manual is for the exclusive use of Princeton Review course students and is
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GMAT is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council.
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University or the Graduate
Management Admission Council.
Permission to reprint this material does not constitute review or endorsement
by the Educational Testing Service or the Graduate Management Admission
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information it may contain.
Copyright © 2003 by Princeton Review Management, L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.
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Manual for the GMAT*Exam
version 8.0
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced for distribution
to a third party in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, or any information retrieval system, without the prior
consent of the publisher, The Princeton Review.
This Manual is for the exclusive use of Princeton Review course students and is
not legal for resale.
GMAT is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council.
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University or the Graduate
Management Admission Council.
Permission to reprint this material does not constitute review or endorsement
by the Educational Testing Service or the Graduate Management Admission
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information it may contain.
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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks to the following for their many contributions to this course manual:
Tariq Ahmed, Kristen Azzara, Shon Bayer, John Bergdahl, Marie Dente, Russ
Dombrow , Tricia Dublin, Dan Edmonds, Julian Fleisher, Paul Foglino, Alex Freer,
John Fulmer, Joel Haber, Effie Hadjiioannou, Sarah Kruchko, Mary Juliano, Jeff
Leistner, Sue Lim, Michael Lopez, Stephanie Martin, Chas Mastin, Elizabeth
Miller, Colin Mysliwiec, Magda Pecsenye, Dave Ragsdale,  “GMAT” Jack
Schieffer, Cathryn Still, Fritz Stewart, Rob Tallia, Tim Wheeler, Stephen White,
and the staff and students of The Princeton Review.
Special thanks to Adam Robinson, who conceived of many of the techniques
in this manual.
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Manual for the GMAT*Exam
version 8.0
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced for distribution
to a third party in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, or any information retrieval system, without the prior
consent of the publisher, The Princeton Review.
This Manual is for the exclusive use of Princeton Review course students and is
not legal for resale.
GMAT is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council.
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University or the Graduate
Management Admission Council.
Permission to reprint this material does not constitute review or endorsement
by the Educational Testing Service or the Graduate Management Admission
Council of this publication as a whole or of any other sample questions or testing
information it may contain.
Copyright © 2003 by Princeton Review Management, L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.
800.2Review/ www.princetonreview.com
 © Princeton Review Management, L. L. C.  |  iii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks to the following for their many contributions to this course manual:
Tariq Ahmed, Kristen Azzara, Shon Bayer, John Bergdahl, Marie Dente, Russ
Dombrow , Tricia Dublin, Dan Edmonds, Julian Fleisher, Paul Foglino, Alex Freer,
John Fulmer, Joel Haber, Effie Hadjiioannou, Sarah Kruchko, Mary Juliano, Jeff
Leistner, Sue Lim, Michael Lopez, Stephanie Martin, Chas Mastin, Elizabeth
Miller, Colin Mysliwiec, Magda Pecsenye, Dave Ragsdale,  “GMAT” Jack
Schieffer, Cathryn Still, Fritz Stewart, Rob Tallia, Tim Wheeler, Stephen White,
and the staff and students of The Princeton Review.
Special thanks to Adam Robinson, who conceived of many of the techniques
in this manual.
iv  |   © Princeton Review Management, L. L. C.
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Manual for the GMAT*Exam
version 8.0
All rights reserved. No part of this manual may be reproduced for distribution
to a third party in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including
photocopying, recording, or any information retrieval system, without the prior
consent of the publisher, The Princeton Review.
This Manual is for the exclusive use of Princeton Review course students and is
not legal for resale.
GMAT is a registered trademark of the Graduate Management Admission Council.
The Princeton Review is not affiliated with Princeton University or the Graduate
Management Admission Council.
Permission to reprint this material does not constitute review or endorsement
by the Educational Testing Service or the Graduate Management Admission
Council of this publication as a whole or of any other sample questions or testing
information it may contain.
Copyright © 2003 by Princeton Review Management, L.L.C. All Rights Reserved.
800.2Review/ www.princetonreview.com
 © Princeton Review Management, L. L. C.  |  iii
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
Thanks to the following for their many contributions to this course manual:
Tariq Ahmed, Kristen Azzara, Shon Bayer, John Bergdahl, Marie Dente, Russ
Dombrow , Tricia Dublin, Dan Edmonds, Julian Fleisher, Paul Foglino, Alex Freer,
John Fulmer, Joel Haber, Effie Hadjiioannou, Sarah Kruchko, Mary Juliano, Jeff
Leistner, Sue Lim, Michael Lopez, Stephanie Martin, Chas Mastin, Elizabeth
Miller, Colin Mysliwiec, Magda Pecsenye, Dave Ragsdale,  “GMAT” Jack
Schieffer, Cathryn Still, Fritz Stewart, Rob Tallia, Tim Wheeler, Stephen White,
and the staff and students of The Princeton Review.
Special thanks to Adam Robinson, who conceived of many of the techniques
in this manual.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
Welcome
The TPR Plan
Structure of the Course
Make the Commitment
The GMAT
How a CAT Works
PRE-CLASS ASSIGNMENTS
Assignment 1
Subjects, Verbs, and Pronouns
Sentences
Phrases and Clauses
Subject-Verb Agreement
Pronouns
Verb Tenses
Summary
Answers and Explanations
Math Fundamentals
Math Vocabulary
Solving Equations and Inequalities
Translating from English to Math
Summary
Drill
Answers and Explanations
Admissions Insight
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