New Gre Contextual Vocabulary

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Research & Education Association, 2011 - Study Aids - 308 pages
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If you're taking the New GRE you need REA's New GRE Contextual Vocabulary

Focused Vocabulary Prep for the New Exam!

REA's New GRE Contextual Vocabulary gives GRE test-takers a fun and easy way to improve their vocabulary skills before taking the exam.

Designed for anyone who needs help with their GRE vocabulary, this unique study guide combines a traditional GRE vocabulary review with interactive puzzles and games. The word games include inference-to-meaning, fast-facts anecdotes, minimal parts, word scrambles, grammar stretches, and more! The chapters alternate between games and puzzles and strategy and high-frequency GRE word lists.

Unlike other study guides that only contain a list of vocabulary words, our book lets you test your knowledge of must-know GRE terms in a contextual format. Learning GRE vocabulary from a fun and stress-free book helps you improve your skills, so you can score higher on the verbal section of the GRE.

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Great book - really creative way of teaching vocabulary. More effective for me than the flashcard or word list approach.

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About the author (2011)

Dr. Ken Springer is a professor of education at Simmons School of Education and Human Development at Southern Methodist University. Dr. Springer is active in both teaching and research, with more than 60 scientific publications and presentations to his credit. Since 2010 he has authored or co-authored the following books: Educational Research: A Contextual Approach and TExES: Generalist EC-6. His recent work in English-language skill instruction includes co-authorship of REA’s CLEP College Composition Exams, published in 2011.

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