GRE Preparation Guide: Graduate Record Examination

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Cliffs Notes, 1995 - Examinations - 454 pages
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Introduction to Quantitative Ability

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About the author (1995)

Jerry Bobrow, Ph.D. is a national authority in the field of test preparation and has been administering the test preparation programs for most California state universities for the past 29 years. Each year he runs more than 500 programs, assisting over 17,000 students in preparing for standardized tests. Dr. Bobrow has authored over 30 national best-selling test preparation books, including CliffsTestPrep(R) guides for the CSET, MSAT, GRE, GMAT, SAT I/PSAT, CBEST, NTE, PPST, ELM, GED, and ACT.

Bernard V. Zandy, MA, Professor of Mathematics at Fullerton College in California has been teaching secondary and college level mathematics for 34 years. A co-author of the Cliffs PSAT and SAT Preparation Guides, Mr. Zandy has been a lecturer and consultant for Bobrow Test Preparation Services, conducting workshops at California State University and Colleges since 1977.

Jonathan J. White has a BA in mathematics from Coe College and an MS in mathematics from the University of Iowa. He is currently pursuing a PhD in Mathematics Pedagogy and Curriculum Research at the University of Oklahoma.

Covino is an Associate Professor of English at San Diego State University.

Dave Kay is a writer, engineer, and aspiring naturalist and artist, combining professions with the same effectiveness as his favorite business establishment, Acton Muffler, Brake, and Ice Cream (now defunct). Dave has written more than a dozen computer books, by himself or with friends. His titles include various editions of "Microsoft Works For Windows For Dummies, WordPerfect For Windows For Dummies, Graphics File Formats," and "The Internet Complete Reference,

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