Hats off to you, Princeton -- you write a damn fine book, but I doubt you'll get me into your namesake. I started with a Barron's book, and it was quite helpful - but not nearly as helpful as this one. Going through the practice questions and the practice tests, I saw my expectations of the actual GRE test to be indurated. The author's tone is lighthearted and there are a couple of funny lines; this book does not make studying a complete bore. The verbal section is a straightforward vocabulary and reading comprehension drill.
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To see what your friends thought of this hre, please sign up. I read through it and studied it cover to cover in the period of about 5 weeks.
The approach to the quantitative reasoning section by the authors was also something that I appreciated, especially since it's been the better part of a decade since I have seen some of the question types that the test uses.
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A little less hateful than the other GRE book but it still makes my heart sad. Expect to have to exit and re-enter your practice tests and drills multiple times while using them. The essays focus on equally fundamental skills: It's much more efficient to tackle those hard problems by eliminating all but one of the answers to figure out the correct choice.
Going through the practice questions and the practice tests, I saw my expectations of the actual GRE test to be indurated.
This is probably the test's fault more than the book's, but it see The best book I read in preparation for the GRE. I also thought that this book did a better job of breaking down the how-to in crackign writing section than Barron's. Compared with Europe, America has a strange fixation with standardized tests.
It contained a number of helpful techniques that improved my scores. I can tell that the tips in this book are going to very useful, since they give a starting point for working on each type of question. Cracjing more impressive are accolades praising a book's cover design, font selection, and chapter headline flourishes.
I recommend that anyone using it simply memorize every single vocabulary word crwcking the Hit Parade and follow the tne format guidelines closely and they're sure to do well! This book provides quite a bit of value for the price: Now I just need to apply all of the tips to the practice exams, and finish studying the vocabulary lists, then I'll be ready to tackle the real thing!
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In craciing, you can access 2 full-length GRE practice tests online. I had forgotten more than I'd like to admit about the Math section, the Verbal section had changed quite a bit no more antonyms - booand the challenging yet super fun Analytical section had been eliminated and replaced with an Analytical Writing section. And, along t A higher compliment can hardly be paid to a book than to say hre reading it fundamentally changes one's outlook on life.
The authors not only presented the question types in a way that I could understand, but they also provided a pretty comprehensive math review before diving into the GRE questions themselves. A higher compliment can hardly be paid to a book than to say that reading it fundamentally changes one's outlook hhe life.
Not that they looked anything like the questions in my math workbook either, though. This strategy goes beyond your basic process of elimination, but the Princeton Review gives you all of the strategies you'll want to have at your disposal, gives you numerous fre how to crack it" examples, and even helps pump you up to do your best when test day comes.
The author's tone is lighthearted and there are a couple of funny lines; this book does not make studying a complete cracoing. Jul 10, Pages. Despite having a handful of careless typos throughout the book, I would definitely recommend this to someone studying for the GRE.
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Administrators and bureaucrats seems to view these tests as tools of accountability, allowing for standard measurement across the system with no possibility of error. Just delete your cookies and it should load fine. The conversational language made it easy to read, comprehend, and digest.