Manhattan GMAT provides students with a robust set of online resources used in combination with our course curriculum. The resources described below are included with the purchase of any Complete Course or Guided Self-Study package, or can be purchased separately.
All questions included in these resources are unique and do not overlap.
Items for Individual Purchase
Computer Adaptive Exams (6): In addition to your score breakdown, each exam comes with in-depth analysis of each question, including explanations, timing, approximate difficulty level, and topic, allowing you to assess your strengths and weaknesses. Our scoring algorithm is monitored for accuracy and refined by comparing students’ scores on Manhattan GMAT's exams with their results on Official GMAT exams.
OG (Official Guide) Archer: Time and record your answers to all problems found in the 3 Official Guides. You can also mark the problems you guessed on, note those you’d like to do again later, and even view performance statistics. The OG Archer comes with thorough explanations for every quant question in the OG 13th Edition – that’s over 450+ problems. The explanations provide detailed, step-by-step approaches to every Problem Solving and Data Sufficiency question, often showing more than one way to arrive at the solution. All explanations are accessible and offer a framework for answering the particular question as well as similar questions you may see on the real test.
Question Banks (9): Each question bank is designed to be used with its corresponding Manhattan GMAT Strategy Guide. Each bank consists of 25 extra practice questions not included in the guide, along with detailed explanations. Our online timer will help you practice your pacing by setting time limits for each question in the bank.
Challenge Problem Archive: Gain online access to more than 175 quantitative practice problems at the 700+ difficulty level. All questions include answers and comprehensive explanations.
Additional Resources Available Only to Course Students
Online Labs (9): Each Course Session is accompanied by a 1-hour long multimedia lab that reviews specific techniques or strategies for the GMAT, including Timing Strategy, Speed Guessing, Data Sufficiency Rephrasing, Diagramming, and more.
Recorded Course Sessions (9): Each Session is supplemented by a 3-hour recording of a live, online session taught by 2 of Manhattan GMAT’s instructors. Course students may individually review these recordings in order to reinforce the lessons from each session, as necessary.
Official Guide Tracker: This spreadsheet is meant to help you track your accuracy and speed on problems from the Official Guide for GMAT Review. As you work through problems in the Official Guide, input your answer choice, time, and any notes you'd like to make for each problem. Then, view detailed analyses of your performance by format, topic, and subtopic.