Manhattan Prep’s GMAT® study app is now available!

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I am very excited to announce that our new GMAT® study app is available on both iOS and Android!


Download now!

iOS

Android


Do you need to drill foundational skills? Practice your process for any of the question types found in the Quant (DS, PS) or Verbal (CR, RC, SC) sections of the GMAT? Challenge yourself with some very advanced Quant problems?

We’ve got you covered. The full version of the app contains more than 2,000 practice problems along with comprehensive explanations—and even the free version will keep you busy for quite a while. Some problems are skill drills: you’ll make sure that you have all of the foundational knowledge you need in order to tackle the test. Others are full-on GMAT-format problems, so that you can practice exactly what you’ll need to do on test day.

 

The app contains several glossaries, including grammar terms, math terms, and idioms. We also provide a whole host of study and time management strategies, and our friends over at MBA Mission have contributed great admissions tips.

Strategies

Strategies to optimize your GMAT performance.

You can use the app in conjunction with one of our courses, but you don’t need to take a course to benefit from the app; it works just as well for stand-alone practice. You will want to identify other resources that, for example, lay out all of the grammar rules or formulas that you would need to know for the test. (Our strategy guides cover those areas.) The app is focused on practicing your skills on problems.

If you are taking one of our courses or guided self-study programs, the full app won’t cost you anything; it’s included as part of your program. Now, you don’t have to have your books with you whenever you want to study. You can sneak in 5 or 10 minutes of practice while you’re waiting for that meeting to start.

The material is organized in the same way that our strategy guides are organized: quant by major content area and verbal by question type. Essentially, you can do any of your strategy guide end-of-chapter problem sets or online practice problems via the app rather than in your books or your Manhattan Prep student center.

I hope you’re as excited about the app as I am. Now, go get started and happy studying!

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Download now!

iOS

Android


stacey-koprinceStacey Koprince is a Manhattan Prep instructor based in Montreal, Canada and Los Angeles, California. Stacey has been teaching the GMAT, GRE, and LSAT  for more than 15 years and is one of the most well-known instructors in the industry. Stacey loves to teach and is absolutely fascinated by standardized tests. Check out Stacey’s upcoming GMAT courses here

 

  1. spoorthy May 2, 2018 at 3:19 pm

    how long we can have access to the app if we’ve purchased it.

  2. GAUtam October 22, 2017 at 11:01 am

    is there any discount for premium version packege for gmat prep course..?

  3. asif December 1, 2016 at 11:07 am

    is it free for the user?

  4. mona November 11, 2016 at 4:35 am

    I really like this app but must say the cost is very high. Do not mind otherwise.

  5. Balaji October 21, 2016 at 4:43 pm

    The materials present in app, are they available in desktop version also? If yes, will buying full version of app give access to them as well? Is this app specific to one mobile only? Or can I install in multiple devices( iPad or another phone for example) and use it interchangeably ?

  6. aandrews January 21, 2016 at 11:13 pm

    Hi, Rahul!

    The app is not meant to replace all of those other resources. It’s a supplement, a way to practice while you’re on the go (on the subway/bus on the way to work, at work in between meetings, while waiting for your friend to arrive at the bar/restaurant, etc.).

    The app does not replace the books because it does not have lessons in it. It focuses on practice problems.

    It doesn’t replace practice tests; nothing is a substitute for a practice test. You have to actually take a full test. 🙂

    And it definitely doesn’t replace the Official Guide, because the OG contains real past test questions. The app contains our questions, not official questions.

    So I’d go for the “regular” materials and then decide whether the app is something that you would find useful in addition. Do you want to be able to work in 10 minutes of practice here and there throughout the day? Or do you know that you won’t have time or just won’t do it? Decide accordingly.

    Good luck!

    – Manhattan Prep

  7. Rahul Zalpuri January 21, 2016 at 1:27 pm

    Hi Stacy,

    Which approach would you recommend for GMAT prep, the MGMAT strategy guides along with OG and the tests or the MGMAT app