New: GMAT Question of the Day!

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As of yesterday, June 29th, GMAT Hacks now offers a free daily practice question. I'll be mixing up the content: A few days a week you'll find quantitative problems; on other days, it will be Verbal. Whatever it is, be sure you check the new site, www.gmatdaily.com, every weekday.

To keep things interesting for as many students as possible, I'm trying to include questions that are challenging but not impossible. It's not this precise, but let's say the range is about 600- to 650-level questions.

You can receive the GMAT Question of the Day in a variety of formats. Click here for a variety of subscription options. There are feeds for all daily questions, or just quant or verbal questions. You can also click here to subscribe via email.

And, of course, you can always find the GMAT Question of the Day one click away from www.gmathacks.com. Enjoy!

 

 

About the author: Jeff Sackmann has written many GMAT preparation books, including the popular Total GMAT Math, Total GMAT Verbal, and GMAT 111. He has also created explanations for problems in The Official Guide, as well as 1,800 practice GMAT math questions.

Total GMAT Math

The comprehensive guide to the GMAT Quant section. It's "far and away the best study material available," including over 300 realistic practice questions and more than 500 exercises!
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