Barron's how to prepare for the GRE, Graduate Record Examination

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Barron's, 2005 - Study Aids - 543 pages
Students planning to take the Graduate Record Exam will find six full-length model tests with answers and explanations in this up-to-date manual. They will also find intensive test topic reviews covering antonym questions, analogy questions, sentence completion, reading comprehension, vocabulary, analytical writing, quantitative comparison, data interpretation, and math. A 3,500-word master vocabulary list with definitions is supplemented with a GRE high-frequency word list. The CD-ROM enclosed with the book offers a computer-adaptive model GRE test that is similar in structure to the actual GRE test. All questions on the CD-ROM are answered and explained, and exam results are scored automatically.

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This was a good refresher. Since it is only math and vocabulary theres not much any other book can teach you. You may want to get another math review book in addition to this one. This book has good GRE test taking tips and strategies. Read full review

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

Wolf is a teacher of mathematics at Benjamin N. Cardozo High School, Bayside, NY.

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