3 Books that are on the GMAT Recommended Reading List (Fiction) (Part 1)

It is no secret that the GMAT requires candidates to be extremely adept at reading and analysing texts, therefore those who tend to read complex literary texts on a regular basis have a clear advantage over those who don't. Here are 3 titles that are recommended reading prior to your GMAT

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1) To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee- though this is a common part of a high school literature course, there are many details and nuances that you may catch onto now with your more experienced and trained eyes.

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2) The Great Gatsby by F.Scott Fitzgerald- not only is this book a classic in terms of literature, but it was one of the first to put forth the idea of the great American Dream.

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