Cracking the GRE

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종로서적, Jul 1, 1997 - Education - 418 pages
Proven techniques for scoring high from the world's #1 test-prep company

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Improve your verbal score by mastering the vocabulary words that most often appear on the GRE
Earn more math points by remembering the basics you learned in junior high and high school
Dodge the traps and pitfalls that cost you points
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Contents

How to Crack the Verbal Sections
31
How to Crack the Math Sections
119
How to Crack the Analytical Sections
225
Answer Key to Drills
301
Answers and Explanations to the Diagnostic Test
351
Afterword
417
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About the author (1997)

David Robinson is Lecturer in Marketing at the University of California, Berkeley, and has taught at Stanford, University of San Francisco, and Santa Clara University. He studied at the University of Durham in England and then at Oxford. His Ph.D. in Psychology is from Brown University in Rhode Island and his MBA is from the Unversity of North Carolina, Chapel Hill. Every year more that 1,000 students take his Principles of Business class, and running the class is a good opportunity for him to practice his interest in service operations. Each summer, Dr. Robinson takes students on a Travel Study to the People's Republic of China. Observing intercultural differences in behavior led him to write about American practices that people take for granted.

Katzman graduated from Princeton University in 1980. After working briefly on Wall Street, he founded The Princeton Review in 1981.

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