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Friday, March 19, 2010

The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition

The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition

  • Publisher: Wiley
  • Number Of Pages: 840
  • Publication Date: 2009-03-23
  • ISBN-10 / ASIN: 0470449748
  • ISBN-13 / EAN: 9780470449745
Product Description:

A review guide for the GMAT, prepared by the creators of standardized exams, features previously administered exams for practice tests and more.

Amazon.com Review:

The Official Guide for GMAT Review, 12th Edition is the only book on the market written by the creators of the GMAT exam. Inside you’ll find more than 800 actual GMAT questions from previous tests with answers and detailed explanations. There’s also a grammar review, math review, actual essay topics, sample responses, and scoring information insights into the GMAT exam that debunk test-taking myths. Plus, use the diagnostic section to pinpoint your skill level and focus on the areas where you need the most help.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2009

The Economist, August 8, 2009

The Economist, August 8, 2009
English | PDF | 2.6 MB

Illiberal politics: America's unjust sex laws
An ever harsher approach is doing more harm than good, but it is being copied around the world.

Redesigning Europe's biggest economy: Unbalanced Germany
Europe's champion is justly proud of its exporters. It also needs to worry about markets closer to home.

Britain's energy crisis: How long till the lights go out?
Thanks to its posturing politicians, Britain will soon start to run out of electricity. What should it do?

Regulating executive compensation: Pay and politics
So far, Congress is taking a surprisingly sensible approach to the problem of pay.

Generic drugs and competition: Something rotten
Regulators should put a stop to tactics that delay the introduction of generic drugs.

Islam and heresy: Where freedom is still at stake
Wanted: Islam's Voltaire.

Big drug firms embrace generics: Friends for life
Big pharmaceutical firms are learning to love their erstwhile enemies, makers of generic drugs.

Offshore private banking: Bourne to survive
Despite the woes of UBS, Swiss private banking remains in reasonable shape.

A link between wealth and breeding: The best of all possible worlds?
It was once a rule of demography that people have fewer children as their countries get richer. That rule no longer holds true.

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Monday, June 15, 2009

The Economist, June 13, 2009

The Economist, June 13, 2009
English | PDF | 3.2 MB

Public debt: The biggest bill in history
The right and wrong ways to deal with the rich world's fiscal mess.

Gordon Brown stumbles on: Reprieved
The prime minister's survival is probably bad news for his party, but not necessarily for his country.

The worrying European elections: Trouble at the polls
Many of Europe's voters do not like the European Union. Most of the rest don't care. They should.

Deforestation and carbon credits: Seeing REDD in the Amazon
Saving rainforests needs both property rights and payments.

Wall Street and the taxpayer: Thanks, for nothing
Banks should be encouraged to pay back governments—but not to rewrite history.

Sri Lanka after the war: Victory's rotten fruits
The government's unpleasant triumphalism is sowing the seeds of renewed conflict.

Solar-powered manned flight: Flying for ever
A new solar-powered aircraft attempts to fly around the world with zero emissions.

A special report on the euro area
The euro area, sorely tested by the financial crisis, has survived intact and is likely to expand further.

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BusinessWeek, June 22, 2009

BusinessWeek, June 22, 2009 English | PDF | 13.9 MB

The Risk Takers
From Novartis to Procter & Gamble, smart companies are turning up the heat in the downturn.

Special Report: Inside Innovation
A failed software idea, automated innovation, finds new life as a cost-cutting tool for tough times.

Pandit in the Hot Seat
Are the feds pushing Citigroup to force Vikram Pandit out?

Google's New Ad Weapon
The company aims to use the ad exchange it picked up from DoubleClick to help advertisers buy online display ads more quickly.

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National Geographic, June 2009

National Geographic, June 2009
English | PDF | 42.3 MB

The Forgotten Faithful
Arab Christians feel outnumbered and alone.

River Dolphins
How'd they get to the Amazon -- and why are the males pink?

Deep Southern Caves
Good old boys and gals wriggle through unexplored mazes.

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