Verbal Workout for the GRE Exam
The best way to ace the GRE verbal sections is to practice. GRE Verbal Workout contains hundreds of exercises that sharpen your skills. It also includes the GRE Hit Parade, a list of the 300 vocabulary words that most frequently appear on the test. In addition to the practice exercises and Hit Parade, we also teach you our proven techniques for scoring high on the verbal GRE, like solving analogies when you don't know the meanings of all the words in the problem, using contextual clues to answer sentence completion problems, working backward from the answer choices to solve antonym problems, and strategically managing your time on the reading comprehension section. Study the techniques and strategies in this book, and then practice them on the hundreds of GRE verbal questions inside. These practice exercises are the exact sort of problems you'll see on the actual GRE.
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