- Spiral-bound: 10 pages
- Publisher: Manhattan Prep Publishing; Lam Pck Sp edition (July 1, 2007)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0979017580
- ISBN-13: 978-0979017582
- Product Dimensions: 8.5 x 0.5 x 14 inches
- Shipping Weight: 8.5 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 121 customer reviews
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #14,502 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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Manhattan GMAT Test Simulation Booklet w/ Marker Lam Pck Sp Edition
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Notes about the Real Testing Center:
You will not be allowed notebooks, watches, calculators, or any other assistance. You will put all personal belongings, such as watches, in a locker before beginning the test.
You may ask the testing center attendant for an additional booklet if you run out of space. You are only allowed to have one booklet at a time.
About the Author
In 2000, Teach for America alumnus and Yale graduate Zeke Vanderhoek had a radical idea: students learn better from better teachers. His vision of what test prep could be if written and taught by great educators led him to start Manhattan Prep. Since we began, Manhattan Prep has grown from a boutique tutoring company to one of the world’s leading test prep providers, offering GMAT, GRE, LSAT, ACT, and SAT courses and tutoring worldwide.
We believe test prep should be real education. From our instructors to our materials, we work to teach you the skills you’ll need to succeed on the test, in school, and beyond.
Top customer reviews
I lost the original we erase pen when I moved. I used a dry erase fine point pen as replacement at first, but the note board got pretty dirty and my table is covered the dry ink dust.
At the end, I used a extra fine point sharpie that I had(Yes, permanent marker), and cleaned it with a melamine foam, such as magic eraser.
The melamine foam can erase the sharpie COMPLETELY from the board. This combination keeps the note board and the table much cleaner, and I didn't have to worry about my sweaty palm melting the writing. (well, the real pen is wet erase like the one included.)
To save the melamine foam, I sliced the melamine foam into pieces of thin cloth, and I usually change to another piece when it is dirty.
During my GMAT I was given two scratch pads (you can ask for it when you are completely filled the one you are using). The first one was exactly same as this one but second was nearly similar to this one, the build material was same, only thing was that it had smaller little black squares, and I being so used to my original one, it took a little getting used to it, that said pen was exactly same as the one I got in the actual exam.
But, was this worth the investment or did it anyway help me? Well if you have always did your "rough" work on a paper using a conventional pen/pencil then you surely would need some practice/getting used to this pad. Its more like writing on a projector slide than on a paper, and it also sticks to your hand while writing. So, getting some practice before the actual exam helps immensely. Again, it may not make dramatic difference in your score but if you are the one who wants to prepare the best and doesn't want any surprises then you should surely go ahead with it.
1. Build quality is (pretty much) exactly similar to the one in the actual exam.
2. Pen is exactly like the one you'll get in the exam.
1. You get only one pen and once you are done with it, you are done. I couldn't find a suitable replacement for it.