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Well-written and useful, but kindle edition has formatting problems,
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This review is from: GMAT Roadmap (Manhattan GMAT Strategy Guides Book 0) (Kindle Edition)
A note for those of you thinking about purchasing the kindle edition:
In general, the book looks fine; however, there are some text tables in the book that do not dynamically resize and have their far right columns truncated by the screen in portrait view. To be able to read all of the columns, you need to switch your kindle from portrait to landscape. It took me a little while to figure this out, and thought I would share my (very small) discovery with the rest of you here.
Out of fear that there would be formatting problems, I decided to buy the kindle version of this book before committing to buying the other books that make up the Manhattan GMAT Complete Strategy Guide Set, 5th Edition (Manhattan Gmat Strategy Guides: Instructional Guide). Given that this kindle book has generally been readable and well-formatted, I will probably buy a content-area kindle book to see how it is. I am curious to see how the sample questions are formatted in kindle version.
The information in this book is very useful. I have undergraduate and graduate degrees in education, and the Manhattan GMAT authors have done a very good job of using current ideas about learning and applying them to the problem of preparing for the GMAT. If the other books in the GMAT series are as well-written and well-grounded in education/learning theory as this volume, I imagine they will be quite helpful.