Cracking The Gre Math Subject Test

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Random House Incorporated, Jan 1, 2005 - Mathematics - 438 pages
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The GRE subject tests are among the most difficult standardized exams. Rather than testing general problem-solving skills, they require highly specialized knowledge.

The experts at The Princeton Review have thoroughly research each subject test to provide students with the most thorough, up-to-date information available. Students don’t need to relearn the entire histories of their fields—just what they need to know to earn high scores on the exams.

Each guide includes one full-length practice exam, complete with comprehensive explanations for every solution.

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Review: Cracking The Gre Mathematics Subject Test, 4th Edition

User Review  - Louis Fritz v - Goodreads

Good for a book with practical questions for each type of math question on the Math Subject Test, but the test was very toned down compared to the real thing. Read full review

Review: Cracking The Gre Mathematics Subject Test, 4th Edition

User Review  - grixor - Goodreads

The book is very helpful for those who are preparing to take the GRE Math Subject Test. However, there is some errors in the text, such as typos and insufficient hypotheses in some practice questions. Read full review

Contents

CALCULUS I
31
CALCULUS II
101
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS
165
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Steve LeDuc has been teaching at the university level since the age of 19. He currently holds the position of National Director of Research & Development for Hyperlearning, the Medical Division of The Princeton Review.

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