Jeff Sackmann has been helping students like you reach their GMAT score goals for nearly a decade. Jeff began as a star tutor and classroom teacher for a big test-prep company. Since 2006, he has focused on developing the best materials in the industry, saving you time, money, and stress.

Based in New York City, Jeff has created many resources for GMAT preparation, including the popular Total GMAT Math and Total GMAT Verbal, as well as 1,800 practice GMAT math questions and his Guides to the Official Guide.

Total GMAT Verbal covers every single question type on the GMAT Verbal section. But don't just take my word for it--here is the full Table of Contents.

In addition to the instructional material in each section, there are 200 practice Verbal problems. As in Total GMAT Math, those practice problems are interspersed throughout the book. For instance, after the chapter on Critical Reasoning Assumption questions, there are a handful of practice questions of that type.

• Introduction
• How to Use This Book
• GMAT Verbal Basics
• GMAT Verbal Scratchwork
• Critical Reasoning:
• Introduction to CR
• Types of Passages
• Types of Assumption-Based Questions
• Patterns in Assumption-Based Questions
• Types of Inference-Based Questions
• Assumption Questions
• Strengthen Questions
• Weaken and Flaw Questions
• Evidence Questions
• Inference Questions
• Fill-In-the-Blank Questions
• Bold-Face Questions
• Other Types of Questions
• Basic Logic and the Contrapositive
• Introduction to RC
• Passage Topics
• Science Passages
• Common Passage Structures (Read it!)
• Scope-Based Questions
• Detail-Based Questions
• Inference-Based Questions
• Structure-Based Questions
• Other Types of Questions
• Strategies for Speed
• Sentence Correction:
• Introduction to SC
• The Hierarchy of Errors
• Parts of Speech
• Verbs
• Lists
• Comparisons
• Modifiers
• Pronouns and Clarity
• Idioms
• Other Errors