GRE Computer Science Test

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Research and Education Association, Feb 12, 2004 - Computers - 169 pages
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Be prepared for the GRE Computer Science Test. Our savvy exam experts show you how to master the test and score higher. This completely revised and updated test prep contains a new full-length practice test derived from the latest GRE Computer Science tests. All test questions are fully answered and thoroughly explained in easy-to-understand, step-by-step detail. The book's comprehensive review targets all areas appearing on the actual test including data communication, circuit logic, and more. Follow up your study with REA's proven strategies and test-taking techniques.

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- In-depth review covers all topics appearing on GRE Computer Science Test
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- Reference list details relevant sources to further your study

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About the author (2004)

Benjamin Wells, Ph.D., is currently a professor at the University of San Francisco where he teaches computer science and mathematics. He also serves as Faculty Scholar at the Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, and is a visiting scholar at the University of California's Department of Mathematics in Berkeley.

As one of the last students to study under the famed logician Alfred Tarski, Dr. Wells focuses his mathematical and scientific expertise on the academic boundaries shared by algebra, logic, and computing. His additional areas of research include hypercomputation, computer graphics, and historical computers. For the past decade, Dr. Wells has directed the Graduate Computer Science Program at the University of San Francisco, where he advises and coaches students interested in taking the GRE Computer Science Test.

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