Cracking the GRE CAT 1998

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Random House Information Group, Dec 29, 1997 - Graduate Record Examination - 251 pages
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Of the 420,000 students who take the GRE, many of them are already taking the CAT (Computer-Adaptive Test) version instead--and that number is growing. Because it can be taken any time of the year, the popularity of the test has increased dramatically. The book contains two adaptive paper-and-pencil exams that mirror the CAT format, and "Cracking the GRE CAT with Sample Tests on CD-ROM" provides four additional electronic sample tests that are exactly like the official ETS CAT tests students will take.

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Lurie is a professional researcher and pop culture writer who has written extensively about television.

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