GRE Exam Prep

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Pearson Education, 2006 - Study Aids - 353 pages
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The GRE® Exam Prep 2007 Edition provides comprehensive coverage of the topics and test formats that you must master for the GRE exam. The book takes each topic and provides numerous examples, explanations, strategies, and tips for preparing and scoring high on this valuable graduate school entrance exam. In addition to in-depth tutorial and test preparatory coverage of all GRE topic areas, the book has expanded topical review coverage on the Quantitative section of the GRE exam, for many students find they don't understand this topic very well. The GRE® Exam Prep 2007 Edition also offers specific strategies for answering various question types, psychology of testing, and understanding scores. Four full practice exams with detailed answers on all topics areas plus a web-delivered exam with more questions and detailed answers give you many opportunities to hone your skills for the exam. All 2006 changes are included as well as tips on preparing mentally for test day.

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Contents

Chapter
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Taking the GRE
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Chapter
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About the author (2006)

Steven W. Dulan, J.D. has been involved with GRE preparation since 1989, when, as a former U.S. Army infantry sergeant and undergraduate student at Michigan State University, he became a GRE instructor. He has been helping students to prepare for success on the GRE and other standardized exams ever since. Steve scored in the 99th percentile on every standardized test he has ever taken. After graduating from Michigan State, Steve attended the Thomas M. Cooley Law School on a full honors scholarship.

While attending law school, Steve continued to teach standardized test prep classes (including ACT, SAT, PSAT, GRE, GMAT, and LSAT) an average of 30 hours each week, and tutored some of his fellow law students in a variety of subjects and in essay exam writing techniques.

Steve has also served as an instructor at Baker University, Cleary University, Lansing Community College, the Ohio State University–Real Estate Institute, and the Thomas M.

Cooley Law School. Guest lecturer credits include Michigan State University, University of Michigan, Detroit College of Law, Marquette University, Texas Technical University,

University of Miami, and Wright State University.

Thousands of students have benefited from Steve's instruction, coaching, and admissions consulting, and have entered the graduate programs of their choice. Steve's students have gained admission to some of the most prestigious institutions of higher learning in the world, and have received numerous scholarships and fellowships. Since 1997, Steve has served as the president of Advantage Education® (www.AdvantageEd.com), a company dedicated to providing effective and affordable test prep education in a variety of settings, including one-on-

one tutoring via the Internet worldwide using its Personal Distance Learning® system. The information and techniques included in this book are the result of Steve's experiences

with test preparation students at all levels over many years.

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