Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC) has released its 13th edition Official Guide for GMAT Review mobile application, which will be available on iPhone, iPad, and iPod, from now on. The new edition includes access to the Integrated Reasoning (IR) online prep tool to help test takers prepare for this section of the GMAT exam.
"The new mobile app allows test takers to study for all sections of the test, including IR. The app is a fun, engaging and effective way to put your preparation efforts in the palm of your hand," says Andy Martelli, GMAC vice president, new product development.
The Integrated Reasoning section, which was added to the GMAT exam on June 5, measures skills related to using data to solve complex problems.
With this edition, users can also customise the number of questions to display in each practice or exam session, select multiple verbal or quantitative question formats to display in each practice or exam session and get six months' access to four integrated reasoning questions at that section's online tool.
The app is priced at US$4.99 and includes review modules; 50 verbal and quantitative questions; access to four integrated reasoning questions at the IR component website; answer explanations; exam preparation resources; and an app tutorial.