Franklin CAT Vocabulary
MP3 Audio Program & Systematic
Revision Web Software
For Indian students, we have both the book and free CDs included, so you don't have to download anything.
For foreign students and on Amazon.com, students get the book for $37.11 and then ask us for link to download the vocab.
But, Indian students, pay less and get the CDs, too.
Here's the website for foreign students to download the mp3 audio: FranklinVocab.com/gmat
Here's the link of our $37.11 book on Amazon.com
You don't get 3 or 5 or 10 meanings and sentences that are impossible to remember (a dictionary is better if you want to do PhD on some aspects of words).
I give you short and memorable sentence fragments, so you can remember faster and better without wasting time.
Here are some examples from the course:
euphoria = elation, feeling of well-being or happiness
USE = in a state of euphoria
evade = to avoid
USE = don't evade taxes
excerpt = selection from a book, extract
USE = excerpt of a new book
illicit = unlawful, illegal
USE = illicit liquor
immense = huge
USE = at immense cost
de facto = actual
USE = de facto standard (Not full sentence)
draconian = harsh
USE = draconian laws
prodigy = a person with extraordinary ability or talent
USE = a child prodigy
eke = to add to, supplement
USE = to eke out a living
Herculean = powerful, large
USE = a Herculean task
pyrrhic = a battle won with unacceptable losses
USE = a pyrrhic victory
Many students use this audio program combined with flashcards and the official CAT book (or other books/software) to maximize their CAT score for admission to a graduate school of their choice.
This course helps you memorize in a new way that makes it easy for almost anybody to memorize the vocab 3 to 7 times faster.
You can enjoy because you can sit down and relax and recharge your energy while you learn.
Here is what you get:
22 Vocab Sessions: Each session is up to 60 minutes
long. You get the complete 4,487 words required for the CAT test.
You revise up to 200 words. About half the words are in a male voice and half in a female voice. For all words, you hear meanings, and for most words, you also hear memorable contextual sentence fragments that have been very carefully chosen for easy memorization.
Unlike dictionaries, for most words, we give only one or two meanings that are most appropriate for CAT. The goal is to memorize the "right meanings" and not "all the dictionary meanings".
The recording is by two good professional voiceover experts (male and female) with an advanced knowledge of the vocabulary.
Address: Above Bapna Eye Hospital, 59 Sector 4, Udaipur (Raj) 313002.
Phone: (0294) 2464305, Mob: 9828293687 (no SMS)
Time: 10 to 5 Monday-Saturday except all public holidays