The GRE Test For Dummies
John Wiley & Sons, Apr 20, 2009 - Study Aids - 384 pages
A totally effective and surprisingly fun guide to the Graduate Record Examination
In Fall 2007, the GRE Program is planning to implement significant changes to the verbal measure, quantitative measure, and analytical writing sections of the GRE. This easy-to-use, refreshingly irreverent revision shares inside information on what to expect with these changes, helping both recent graduates and workforce veterans prepare for the revised test, maximize their score, and get into the graduate program of their choice. It includes all of the secrets of the Internet-based test (iBT)-in which the computer generates unique questions according to correct or incorrect answers-as well as brush-up reviews on math and grammar, two complete practice tests, and proven time-management techniques that make test-prep fun and simple.
Suzee Vlk wrote For Dummies guides to the ACT, SAT, GRE, and GMAT and taught test preparation classes for more than 25 years. Michelle Gilman (Solana, CA) is the founder and CEO of Fusion Learning Center. Veronica Saydak (Solana, CA) is Director of student curricula at Fusion and has been tutoring test preparation at all levels for several years.
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Review: The GRE Test for DummiesUser Review - Cathy - Goodreads
Very easy, at times funny read. I thought it put the GRE in perspective and gave a lot of helpful tips for studying. I haven't taken the GRE yet so I can't say how much it helped me on that but it did help me relax and put it all in perspective. Read full review
Review: The GRE Test for DummiesUser Review - Valerie Heruska - Goodreads
KIcks it old school with good, basic math. ugh. Read full review
Part I An Aerial View Putting the GRE into Perspective
Part II A Word to the Wise Verbal Questions
Part III Two Years of Math in a Handful of Pages The Dreaded Math Review
Part IV Your Numbers Up Math Questions