GRE Psychology: How to Prepare for the Graduate Record Examination in Psychology
Barron's Educational Series, 2001 - Psychology - 476 pages
This revised and thoroughly updated edition reflects the latest GRE Psychology exams with six full-length model tests. Two of the tests are diagnostics especially designed to pinpoint the student's weak areas that need further study. All test questions are answered and explained. Other helpful features include a subject review and scoring grids that enable students to determine their performance at a glance within each subject area.
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Review of Psychology
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