iPhone Application for the GMAT Exam

Discussion in 'iOS Apps' started by thisisgre, Feb 2, 2010.

  1. thisisgre macrumors newbie

    Jan 2, 2010
    Application Name:

    This is GMAT !

    Application Link:


    Application Description:

    Are you or any of your friends applying for an MBA degree in any Business Schools in the United States or Canada? Most universities in the U.S. and Canada require applicants to take the GMAT for admission into their MBA programs.

    “This is GMAT” for iPhone and iPod Touch was designed to help you understand the content of the Graduate Managament Admission Test (GMAT) within several areas:


    - 1000 words that you need to know for the GRE exam. Each word comes with a definition, synonyms, antonyms and a sample sentence.

    - 100 look-alike pairs (~ 200 words) often seen as “traps” on the GRE exam.

    - You can do a search for words and keep track of the ones you already reviewed.


    - Ten (10) Lessons covering various sections of the GRE: sentence correction, critical reasoning, reading comprehension, issue essays, argument essays, quantitative problem solving, data sufficiency, and more...

    - Each lesson includes examples and strategies that help you increase your chances of success.

    Practice Tests:

    - This application includes the equivalent of 5 complete GRE tests with:

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Sentence Correction (Verbal)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Critical Reasoning (Verbal)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Algebra (Math)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Arithmatics (Math)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Geometry (Math)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Data Analysis & Graphs (Math)

    - 30 multiple-choice questions on Data Sufficiency (Math)

    - 25 multiple-choice questions on Reading Comprehension (5 passages with 5 questions each)

    - All questions come with detailed answers with tips that actually teach you as you go

    - Two modes: Study mode and Exam mode

    - Provides your score at the end in Exam Mode (with timer)

    - Take Questions & Answers one by one in Study Mode (no timer).

    - Random topics for Analysis of an Issue (Analytical Writing) + 10 Sample Essays

    - Random topics for Analysis of an Argument (Analytical Writing) + 10 Sample Essays

    Study Tips:

    - More than 50 useful tips to help you study and prepare for the exam. These tips cover some of the “Best Practices” proposed by your fellow students as well as professional GMAT trainers.

    Additional Features:

    - No need for Phone/WiFi connection once you download the application.

    - No need to download any software to your computer or to Sync for any data.

    - Keep in your pocket at all time to keep your mind focused on your exam.

    - Keeps track of where you left last time so you don’t have to start over again.


    See attached screenshots or go to the application link for a video of the application.

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  2. Kenzembo1 macrumors 6502

    Dec 22, 2008
    Youngstown, OH
    Looks well made, but...

    I can't justify spending $7 when there are already several free applications for the GMAT available for free. If it was priced cheaper (ie. $1.99/$2.99) I might be interested. Most serious students already have study material in the form of books, tutors, etc. and use their iPhones to study on the go, so they probably don't want to spend $7 on something that they might not get a whole lot of use from. Not to mention the test costs $250 :eek:. You should provide some promo codes to get the reviews rolling and get people to offer input via testimonials. I'm sure your application is great, but for now I'll continue to use Veritas Prep.
  3. thisisgre thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 2, 2010
    Critical Reasoning Problem

    Hi Kenz,

    We're sure after using our GMAT app, specially after reading the Lesson on "Critical Reasoning" and after taking the related Practice Tests you will be able to find the flaw within your own statement's logic.

    MBA is not just a degree, it's also a mindset ! And if you worry too much about spending $7 for your future, maybe GMAT should be the least of your concerns!

    Just give it a shot, it's worth the ROI (Return On Investment)

    Cheers ! :cool:
  4. lemonademaker macrumors 6502a


    Jul 18, 2009
    In a Van Down By The River! Metro Detroit!
    kind of a Ballzzy thing to say :eek: in your first post on this forum, way to market YOUR $7 app..........
  5. thisisgre thread starter macrumors newbie

    Jan 2, 2010
    I stand by that statement.

    I stand by that statement. There are too many cheap and useless apps out there. The good ones are rare and more expensive (it takes time and dedication to come up with a good app). For free apps you usually get what you paid for. And good marketing is about telling the truth, not just painting a good picture.


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