How to prepare for the GRE, graduate record examination

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Barron's, 1999 - Study Aids - 654 pages
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The new edition of Barron's GRE test prep manual (with six model GREs) can be purchased in an optional combination package with the new GRE Computer Adaptive Test on CD-ROM. All students preparing for the Graduate Record Exam must now take the test in its new Computer Adaptive format. Computer Adaptive Tests present questions measured in difficulty according to the test taker's ability level. Barron's new CD-ROM follows this formula, starting the test taker off with an "intermediate-level" question. If the examinee gets the answer right, the following question is more difficult. If the answer is incorrect, the next question is less difficult. The practice tests on Barron's new CD-ROM are thus always unique for each user, since they are not linear, but are produced from a behind-the-scene pool of questions. Students can use this CD-ROM to take an almost limitless number of different tests. All questions are answered and explained, and exams are scored automatically.

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Contents

What You Need to Know About the GRE
1
A Diagnostic Test
8
Sentence Completion Questions
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Copyright

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About the author (1999)

Samuel C. Brownstein was Chairman, Biology Dept., Wingate High School, Brooklyn, NY.

Former member, Department of English, James Madison High School, Brooklyn, NY

Green is a former instructor in English, Merritt College, Oakland, CA.

Hilbert is Professor of Mathematics at Ithaca College.

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