Cracking the GRE 2001

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Random House Information Group, 2000 - Study Aids - 386 pages
The GRE CAT is taken by about 420,000 students each year for admission into graduate programs. It is a "computer adaptive" test because there is no pre-set list of questions when a student sits down at the computer to take the exam. The CAT program changes its line of questioning according to the student's performance on previous questions.Cracking the GRE CAT gives students all the tools they need to score high on this exam. It includes the proven score raising techniques which have given students an average score increase of 212 points. In addition, it includes advice on taking an exam in a computer-adaptive format. Students can practice on more than 135 simulated computer-adaptive questions. The questions in this book are the same kind of problems you'll see on the actual GRE CAT, and we fully explain every solution.Contents include: -- Practice GRE questions covering each part of the exam-- Complete answers and explanations for all practice test questions-- Expert advice on taking the GRE on a computer-- Help with analogies, arguments, games and more

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Karen Lurie has written five books, including the LSAT/GRE Analytic Workout and GRE Crash Course.

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