Barron's GRE Psychology: Graduate Record Examination in Psychology

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Barron's Educational Series, 2009 - Psychology - 570 pages
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Reflecting actual GRE Psychology exams, this manual presents five full-length model tests, with all questions answered and explained. Two of the book's five tests are diagnostics, designed to pinpoint students' weak areas that require more intensive study. The manual's extra features include:



  • A general overview of the GRE Psychology Test

  • Subject review of all test topics

  • Study aids and test-taking advice

  • Scoring grids that enable students to measure their performance within each subject area.
 

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Contents

Diagnostic Test 1
9
Review of Psychology
85
Diagnostic Test 2
263
Answer Explanations
313
Evaluating Your Score
328
jjj Sample Tests
337
Index
561
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About the Author:
Edward L. Palmer is an independent consultant for educational and health-related television programs. He is a former Vice President for Research at the Children's Television Workshop.

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